Category: Modesty

The Newest Princess

Her Royal Highness, the Princess of Cambridge was born Saturday, May 2nd, at 8:34am London time, weighing 8lbs. 3 oz. She is already the most talked about Baby Girl in the world – with…

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Dressing Uneventfully

Each Monday, I have a podcast that relates a story about the British Monarchy to our lives as members of the royal family of God. Today, the episode focused on the way…

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Approaching Royalty

When it was announced that Will and Kate would be coming to America to visit, journalists were abuzz about all things British Monarchy for quite some time. You might have heard something…

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Rethinking Our Role

I was so privileged to be able to interview Lauren Pinkston a couple of weeks ago regarding the way we typically approach women’s roles within the body of Christ. For the entire interview,…

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What Do You Praise?

Let me throw this out from the beginning: I am not a parent. I know nothing more than what the Bible says about parenting. I haven’t experienced it. I don’t get it.…

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Could I Be Hacked?

What would happen if you got hacked? The story broke earlier this week that many celebrities are up in arms because of a hack that included “sensitive” material. Most of the stars…

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A Letter to Teenage Girls

I was a teenage girl once, and let me tell you, I thought I understood modesty. I thought I knew what was kosher and what wasn’t when it came to my clothes,…

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Bikini Bodies

It’s Memorial Day, also known as the unofficial start of summer. With summer comes pools, lakes, beaches, and all kinds of other water fun. As Christian ladies, we also know that this…

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Who’s Looking at You?

Facebook is a funny critter. On the one hand, it’s exciting, because you get to experience your friends momentous events at a distance – like gender reveals, weddings, and graduations. But on the…

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Practical Pointers for Loving Others

Last Saturday I had the privilege of speaking to a group of young ladies about loving others. As I was studying for the lesson, I found myself pretty ashamed of high school…

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