I am sure most of you at baptistboard.com are aware of what the Bible teaches on the issue of dress, God's definition of nakedness and the call for modest apparel as well as separation from the world. (More info) I have a problem with several in-laws who have no respect for Christian standards. They belong to a more worldly-minded church where they don't get taught Bible doctrine. Unfortunately, the most notorious person, lives right across from our house. Whenever my daughter visits her great-grandmother across the road she is immediately being re-dressed with immodest shorts, sleeveless tops and other junk. This person has no respect for the opinions of the father. The mother has deserted me recently and dropped out of church and become wordly. too. What can I do in such a situation? How can I deal with an in-law that opposes herself on almost every issue and deliberately ignores everything I teach my daughter and then tries to wrap my daughter around her finger by constantly buying her wordly pleasures (immoral toys, unhealthy food, endless TV ...). What can I do to ensure that my daughter is not being accustomed to the sinful things of life. My daughter is 4 years old and you know that the things that a child is taught at that age kind of sets the stage for the rest of the life according to Proverbs 22:6, Isa. 7:15, Jer. 13:23. Thank you for any helpful suggestions.