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  • by Kathy Sanny
What we wear and how we carry ourselves advertises a lot more about us than we may be aware of.
  • by Robert H Berendt
Are you modest in the sight of God and man?
  • by Felicia Villaescusa, Vivienne Villaescusa
Modesty—outward and inward—matters to God. Remember that no matter the circumstances, we are modeling a way of life.
  • by Cecil Maranville
As you look at the girl "tweens" (8- to 14-year-olds) of today, what kind of mothers do you think they will make for tomorrow? What type of young woman is our Western culture producing? Each girl has a clear choice between two wildly contrasting possibilities.
  • by Megan Brown
Wanting to look your best is part of our nature, and admittedly it makes us feel really good. But is there a balance between being modest and trendy?
  • by United Church of God
Hello readers, In our hectic world, some precious attitudes seem lost.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Young women, facing the extreme styles and immodest fashions available in stores, are increasingly turning to religious-based organizations to give them instruction in dressing modestly and locating modest clothing to purchase.
  • by Becky Sweat
“You’re Not Wearing That…!” By Becky Sweat The scoop on kids’ clothing styles and what parents can and should do
  • by Don Hooser
This article is a follow-up to the previous articles, "Good Sex, Bad Sex" and "Heart-to-Heart Talk With Men and Teen Boys." References to "women" include teenage girls and references to "men" include teenage boys.
  • by Colleen Winner, Jim Servidio
Last issue we looked at the pervasiveness of immodest dress and the challenges this poses for those of us striving to live godly lives. This article identifies godly principles to consider in our clothing and appearance as Christians. A sermon further addressing this is also being planned.—Youth Education Team
  • by David Treybig, Kathy Giese, Zelda Hanisko
Realizing the immense cultural pressure our members face in our modern world, this article is being provided as an introduction in educating our membership on the subject of modesty in dress. This article will focus on the pervasiveness of immodest dress in our society and the challenge this poses for those of us striving to live godly lives. A second article, to appear in the next issue of...