"[It was the] very lowest point of my entire life," she said. "Just hitting rock bottom. I took a hit of [cocaine]. I didn't mean to try to commit suicide. It just kind of happened. I had a heart attack and I remember everything turning black. Fading to black. And just this total emptiness and there was nobody there."
Thinking she was surely going to hell, Lobert's instincts kicked in.
"I said, 'Jesus, please help me. I am alone. Please help me.'" After surviving the overdose, she began to turn her life around and formed "Hookers for Jesus."
In Seattle, representatives from both sides will fill up the church to watch the debate. After, they will be encouraged to ask questions.