We live in a culture that constantly assaults us with lust, sex, and porn. Purity can seem impossible and even ridiculous in this environment-but it's not. We have a loving and powerful God on our side, and His definition of sex and relationships is so much more satisfying than the world's. Pure Teens: Free to Love presents a call to live within the beauty and joy of God's design for sexuality. It serves as a valuable, practical resource for every Christian teen on how to fight the battle for sexual integrity. John Thorington candidly shares guidance on a wide variety of topics:.
The teen fashion show offers an innovative blend of trendy fashions from area retailers, dramatic skits, food, music, and a high energy message about confronting risky behavior. The family event features male and female students from 15 area middle and high schools under the direction of Susan Bryschell, former professional model and current Director of Purdue North Central, and Ball State University drama student Stephen Grabek. Nationally-known speakers Jammal Lee and Adan Madrigal will provide commentary on making healthy choices regarding sex, drugs, alcohol, and relationships. Pure Passion for Fashion spotlights clothing that reflects modesty while making a fashion statement.
Teens Model Healthy Choices at Pure Passion for Fashion
Newspaper article The Florida Times Union. Every parent of a female child gets a crash course in fashion. For most, there's a pivotal moment in the department store where the child wants that revealing top with spaghetti straps and a neckline that might be more appropriately called a navel line. Mandarin parent Annette Himmelreich described today's fashions for teen girls as often having insufficient material to cover up the body. Himmelreich and other parents decided to do something about it.
Moms around the country are finding solace that they are not alone in wanting to protect the innocence and purity of their teen daughters. There's a movement underway to turn girls away from sky high skirts and jaw dropping necklines. Clothing stores are responding to the potential profit of carrying more modest clothing options!