Since the topic got closed due to the legalistic view forced upon the subject, and due to the ideas of some involved in that discussion to think one who knows to dress in modesty and desires to offer God the area of praise by their apparel to make those who do look like they are demanding others to meet that criteria, will you state your level of acceptance of those who visit your church and by comparison, acceptance of those who are members? We run several buses and for the most part/99% of those bussed in by us "whitefolks", they are black! They don't dress "right", they don't act "right". They don't smell "right". They don't talk "right". But they do need the Lord, or would you try to tell them they cannot come to your church dressing an behaving in a way deemed not "right"? I in no way am remarking due to color, just stating the facts. Nothing racist here, and I'll fight you tooth and nail for those who we are ministering to and rebuke anyone personally who tries to say different! I have alot invested in these kids and they are responding in a godly manner, any objections?