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New series on Lifetime – Preacher’s Daughters

BibleLifetime has a new, provocative upcoming series called Preachers’ Daughters. I thought that some She Scribes readers might find the show interesting and would want to check it out.

Lifetime will premiere the new family docuseries, following the lives of three families for a behind-the-altar look at what happens at home after the sermon concludes, on Tuesday, March 12, at 10pm ET/PT.

Preachers’ Daughters reveals a hard-hitting but often humorous look at the lives of these pastors’ daughters as they balance the temptations every teenager faces with their parents’ strict expectations and code of conduct as influenced by their faith.  Does the family that pray together, stay together? What happens will change these families forever, and surprise viewers with this unvarnished peek into their lives and the universal issues all households with teenagers face daily. Growing up is never easy but for these families the consequences are eternal…

Here is a trailer for the show.

 

If you would like more information about the show please visit www.MyLifetime.com/shows/Preachers-Daughters.

You can also check out Lifetime on Facebook and Twitter. They even have a Google+ page.

You can also follow the conversation on Twitter using the hashtag #PreachersDaughters.

What do you think about the show? Do you think you’ll tune in to check it out?

Parenting is hard enough, especially with teenagers. I have a teen son and daughter. I can totally relate to what these parents are going through, with the exception of being a preacher of course. I think they face the same challenges, even more so because they need for their child to look wholesome and pure all the time.

Let’s face it, teens will be teens. There is nothing you can do to stop it. All you can do is hope that you raised them right and that they took their life lessons to heart and make the right choices in life.

Preacher's Daughters

Kimberly

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Kimberly Vetrano resides in the suburbs of New York City with her family, five cats, dog, a tank full of fish and snails. She is also a freelance writer and photographer.

Comments

  1. Julie Wood says:

    This sounds like a very interesting show. I would like to see what happens with the preacher’s daughters. I am sure they have the same problems with raising their children in a scary society today. But we as parents can model our good behavior for our children. Parents that are good role models really help their children and making sure to communicate with them on a daily basis.

  2. Chelsea r says:

    I cannot imagine either being the daughter or the preacher. This show sounds very good I will have to give it a try. Sounds better then some of the trash that’s on now days. I want to see how they really act in their own homes.

  3. md kennedy says:

    I agree with Chelsea r – Finally, something “clean”! This new show sounds like it will deal with real-life situations in a well-grounded manner…

  4. Maria Iemma says:

    I am always looking for a show that the family can watch and this one fits the bill. Thank you for sharing the review.