Research shows that Mary Magdalene accompanied Jesus in all his travels and ministry work but she was not a disciple of Jesus. She was not only a follower but a loyal follower of Jesus. She was with him at the crucifixion when his disciples denied him in the hour of danger. Mary Magdalene was a witness to the crucifixion and resurrection (empty tomb) of Jesus. She was the first person Jesus revealed himself to after he resurrected and was the one he instructed to take the good news to the other disciples.
Mary Magdalene was first known and qualified by the demons she was possessed with. She was initially described as the woman with seven demons. Some people also described her as a prostitute even though there is no mention of this in the scriptures. A probable reason to this referral as prostitute is her origin from Magdala, a city on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee. This city was known in those days as a city of prostitutes. After she met with Jesus, her story changed. Jesus drove out all the seven demons in her and she believed in the ministry of Jesus and remained a loyal follower even after the crucifixion of Jesus. We can still see women like Mary Magdalene in our present day churches. They remain devoted and loyal to the church and the work of God. Your story will change after you genuinely meet Jesus and no adjectives will be needed to describe you anymore.