Secret Keeper Girl teaches girls modesty, purity
Jennifer Lee Preyss
Aug. 24, 2012 at 3:24 a.m.
Is your daughter a Secret Keeper Girl: one who values modesty, purity and plans to keep her deepest beauty secrets for just one man?
With so many negative influences in pop-culture about the unrealistic expectations of beauty, Secret Keeper Girl is touring the nation redefining womanly beauty for tween girls, and educating women on the expectations God has for young women.
The performance-driven Bible-based production, which includes a fashion show and other interactive segments, is visiting Parkway Church Thursday, Sept. 13.
Tickets are currently on sale for $10 at Parkway Church, MadiTay's, itickets, and Perpetual Help Home, which is organizing the event.
"They teach about purity, and they kind of show you that the media is feeding you images that you'll never live up - no one will," said Janet Whitehead Jones, of Perpetual Help Home.
Doors are open to the public, and mothers and daughters are encouraged to attend together, and girls are invited to wear their pajamas to the event.
Jones said those interested in attending the show should purchase tickets early because Secret Keeper Girl productions tend to sell out.
Some of the items to be taught at the show include helpful guides on maintaining Godly beauty, truth or bare fashion tests and tips for moms on dialoguing with their daughters about beauty.
"It really gives mothers a tool to bring some of these things up with their daughters," Jones said.
Sponsor packages are available from $250 to $1,000 with proceeds going to Perpetual Help Home.