True Woman: What and What Not to Wear
In 1 Timothy 2:9, the Lord provides three guidelines that help Christian women figure out what and what not to wear. Asking yourself these three questions will help you figure out how to dress.
Mirror, Mirror on the Wall
Nancy provides five questions to ask as you evaluate your wardrobe, seven choices to make, and six blessings you will experience as a result of choosing to dress modestly. (Taken from Nancy Leigh DeMoss' booklet, "The Look: Does God Really Care What I Wear?")
If You Don't Want Me to Come to Your Party, Don't Send an Invitation
Why are parents so reluctant to prevent their daughters from "dressing as harlots?" This dynamic article, written by a father, encourages parents like you to break the cycle, so that unwanted guys don't show up at your daughter’s party!
Does God Really Care What I Wear?
Living life to God’s glory may require some tough choices, but they’re so worth it! Learn how to please the Lord in the way you dress.
Revive Our Hearts: Modesty: Does God Really Care What I Wear?
When you have a modest heart, making wise clothing choices will become a lot easier. Learn why modesty matters in 2010. Get practical insight into your clothing choices, and gain a new heart for modesty. Evaluate your wardrobe for God’s glory by listening to the series "Modesty: Does God Care What I Wear?"
Women and modesty in the Bible: 1 Timothy 2:9-10
This passage on modesty guidelines affirms a theme present throughout the Bible: the type of beauty that God values is the beauty of a godly character, not the passing beauty of an expensive outfit or opulent jewelry.