The Real Housewives Of The Bible Hope To Relate To Modern Women
Charlotte, NC - They're not the Real Housewives you're used to, but The Real Housewives of the Bible are coming to a DVD near you.
The show's creator Ty Adams says via Skype, “Women are emotional creatures and we're always up and down in volatile relationships and you will see a vast amount of that inside the Bible."
Adams says on the surface it's hard to tell the women from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, New York & Atlanta and The Real Housewives of the Bible apart.
Beverly Hills Housewife Taylor Armstrong says, “It may look like I have it all, but I want more."
Bible Housewife Delilah says, “I got the clothes, jewelry. I got his car."
Adams says thousands of years later these are women today's generation can relate to, “We're stuffing ourselves with things that are external instead of fixing things that are on the inside of us, internally."
The Real Housewives of the Bible depicts 12 different biblical characters like Esther, Ruth & Sarah living in situations today's women deal with every day.
Bible Housewife Abigail says, “Here I sit day in and day out, by myself."
Pastor's wife Beth Harris says she doesn't know about the DVDs but she knows the women of the Bible, “We all can learn from truth in any generation in any place."
Harris says there are positive and negative female examples in the Bible. She says the women who found peace focused on faith, “We are women, we like to look nice, but the Bible says that charm is deceptive and beauty is fleeting."
Adams says, “I think we're trying to hide something in the cosmetics of life."
Adams says shows like The Real Housewives glamorize the struggle and the conflict. With this series she hopes to give women a solution.
She says, “You can have the most exciting relationship you want, but you've got to have the internal aspects fixed first before we work on the mechanics of the external."
The Real Housewives of the Bible DVDs & workbooks are available starting August 8th.