Charlotte D'mornay (d. 1606) was a follower of Christ during the tumultuous religious period in late 16th century France. As a Protestant, she was being hunted for her faith during the St. Bartholomew's massacre. She barely escaped by boat and finally made it to Montauban (Southern France). In 1576 she married Philip, a devoted Christian… Continue reading Women, Worship, and Hair Curls!?
In the first century, Paul said that Christian women “are to dress themselves in modest clothing, with decency and good sense” (1 Tim. 2:9 HCSB). Speaking more broadly of sexual purity, all Christians should dress decently and not in a sexually immoral or suggestive way. Kent Hughes talks about modesty in chapter seven of Set… Continue reading Modesty