Every weekend I like to post a question someone sends in and let you readers have a go at it. This week’s question comes from a reader, who is concerned about how to kindly handle an immodest dresser:
There’s a woman in our Sunday School class who is a really sweet gal, but I don’t know if she understands how she comes across to others. She really dresses quite immodestly, and now that spring is here the skirts are getting much shorter and the blouses much more plunging.
My husband has commented on it, and I’m not worried that he’s lusting or anything. But what is our role here? Do we say something to her? Or do we just let it go? It’s hard sitting in church knowing that this is what everybody else is thinking. She’s also a middle school teacher and she dresses even more revealing at school in front of 12 and 13-year-old boys. Any thoughts?
What do you think? How should this be handled?