I have seen this book/CD several times, but figured I didn't need it. I already know that as a Christian, I should seek to be modest.
women should adorn themselves in respectable apparel, with modesty and self-control. . .1 Timothy 2:9
I was talking to a friend about a problem we are having with our children. They know all about modesty and they are quick to point out when they see someone dressed immodestly. While we definitely want them to dress modestly themselves and protect their eyes, we also don't want them to ruin their witness by being judgmental.
My friend loaned me this CD and I was blown away. The main point is: modesty is not an issue of behavior, but it is an issue of the heart. We can dress modestly and still have the wrong heart, just as we can claim "Christian liberty" while wearing form-fitting shirts and skin-tight jeans. It's not about what we wear. It's about our heart. Is our heart's desire to draw attention to our bodies or to draw attention to the glory of God?
What I found very interesting is: the book was written for pastors and fathers. I'm sure you can guess that it is largely women who read it. But can you also guess whose attitude really needs to change in order for ladies to understand the importance of modesty? Their pastors and their fathers.
Think about it.