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A WORD TO WOMEN ON MODESTY (Part 1) Print E-mail
Written by Kevin L. Howard   



Many women love to show off their backs with their spaghetti-string tops, while sporting low-rider jeans or cute miniskirts.  And frankly, I love them too.  That's why I'm writing.


My wife, daughter, and I [used to] live in Southern California with nice weather nearly year round.  But summers usher in gorgeous sunny days.  And when the temperature rises, I've noticed the clothes become skimpy, even at church.


When I worship with other believers, I'm frequently exhausted from the work week.  I need the spiritual meal my pastor will place in front of me.  Yet, the exposed skin of the Christian women sitting nearby distracts me.


When women think they're simply wearing what's fashionable, they might be provoking the men around them to turn their devotions away from God.


Introduction (Part 1) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/153/63/

The daily battle men face (Part 2) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/154/63/

Protecting yourself and men (Part 3) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/155/63/

Getting things backwards (Part 4) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/156/63/

Way of the world (Part 5) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/157/63/

How you sit, bend, and carry yourself (Part 6) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/158/63/

Tips on dressing modestly (Part 7) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/159/63/

Addressing the problem in your church (Part 8) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/160/63/

Legalism versus freedom (Part 9) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/161/63/ 

Conclusion (Part 10) http://www.neednotfret.com/content/view/162/63/   


Bibliography and Further Reading


 A 10-part series of the article, "One Man's Plea for Christian Women to Dress Modestly,"

by Kevin L. Howard, www.NeedNotFret.com


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