A very interesting article written for the Wall Street Journal today about the way that teenage girls are dressing these days.
But it’s easy for parents to slip into denial. We wouldn’t dream of dropping our daughters off at college and saying: “Study hard and floss every night, honeyâ€”and for heaven’s sake, get laid!” But that’s essentially what we’re saying by allowing them to dress the way they do while they’re still living under our own roofs.
â€”Jennifer Moses is the author of “Bagels and Grits: A Jew on the Bayou” and “Food and Whine: Confessions of a New Millennium Mom.”
So… is the way teenage girls are dressing worse than in the past? Â What trends have you seen at your church? Â Anything you’ve had to confront or deal with at this point yet?
Forget about the whole women in ministry debate that we’ve been having here… let’s break it down some. What do you think about girls in ministry? Cute… little… girls… with white bows in their hair.
HT: TheResurgence.com / Watch, especially at about the three and a half minute point…
If you’re against women in ministry (notice… I’ve not EVER said where I fall on this issue!)…You CAN’T be against this, can you?
At what point would this girl’s standing behind a pulpit telling this story become ‘sinful’?
Please don’t blast me for asking a stupid question. I’m serious.
If you’re against females in leadership, do you have a problem with this? Would you if this girl was 15, or 21? Why/how do you make the determination?
I’m not trying to be flippant… I’m just, seriously, generously, wondering…