Note from Pure by Choice Featured Speaker
Brenda Sharman

Dear Friend of Life,

I have been working as a professional model and actress since my high school years, but in 1999 I converted to the Catholic Church and started seeing the fashion and entertainment industry through eyes of faith. I realized that the oversexualization of our youth has had many negative effects on our children and I am now helping girls and boys to not fall prey to the impurity being promoted in all forms of the media.

As you probably have heard, I will be speaking at a Parent's Night this Friday night at St. Ann's Cenacle (more details below).  Please join me to discuss the critical topic of how to safeguard our children's purity and help strengthen their convictions to live a pure life in an impure world.  Click here to register.

I'd also like to invite you to lunch this Saturday, Nov. 10, at i Fratelli Ristorante in Irving at 11:30 a.m.  To join me for a meal and conversation, be one of the first 25 to email Ellen at .

Anything on the menu will be half-price for our group, thanks to the generosity of i Fratelli co-owner Mike Cole. I hope you'll be a part of this small and special gathering!

Please be sure to check out the details below for Friday night's talk, and I hope to see you this weekend.

God bless,

-Brenda Sharman

Pure_by_Choice.png Are you trying to raise a man of valor or woman of virtue? If so, this special presentation is for you!

Special Parents Night with Brenda Sharman

This Friday, November 9, 2013
7:30 pm
St. Ann Center Cenacle
180 Samuel Blvd, Coppell

Brenda Sharman began her modeling and acting career in high school, and has worked in the fashion industry for over 20 years. In 2006 Brenda became the founding National Director of Pure Fashion and has helped the program remain at the forefront of the “Modesty Movement” that is spreading around the world. Brenda lives in Atlanta with her husband, Steve, and their 3 sons.  

Ticket Price $10 per person. 
Visit to register.

“God has assigned as a duty to every man the dignity of every woman.” - Pope John Paul II