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Preachers’ Daughters

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Preachers’ daughters will likely be the topic of conversation when Lifetime network premieres a new docusoap that will highlight the dramatic tales of the offspring born to parents who have committed their lives to preaching the word of God.

Lifetime’s new reality television show “Preachers’ Daughter’s” will premiere on the network March 12 and document the lives of three families who work in the pulpit of a church each week while trying to raise their teenagers dealing with the struggles of life. The Colemans, Koloffs and Perrys will each share their struggles concerning raising adolescent daughters overcoming the temptations of life, while trying to heed the teachings introduced in their Christian upbringings.

The Colemans are a family headed by Pastor Ken of City of Refuge Pentecostal Church in Joliet, Ill. The pastor’s 18-year-old daughter, Taylor, is less interested in following her father’s rules, and rebels by sneaking out of her house and giving into the temptations presented by boys. While Taylor’s half-sister Kendra was kicked out of their home when she became pregnant at 20-years-old, the family matriarch Marie is cautioning her husband from pushing their 18-year-old daughter into further rebellion.

The Koloff family features both a mother and father who are preachers in the form of Nikita and his ex-wife Victoria. Although 16-year-old Kolby’s parents are no longer married and live in North Carolina and Tennessee, her story revolves around trying to navigate the world of dating with two parents answering the call of God, and three older sisters trying to help her through adolescence.

Unlike the other two families featured on the Lifetime reality television series, the Perrys have an 18-year-old daughter named Olivia who is living in their household as a teenage mother. The Perrys do not hide the fact that Olivia has overcome a life that included drugs and partying, and now she is leaning on her parents which include Pastor Mark of Everyday Church in Oceano, California, while she struggles to find out the paternity of her child.

Rob Sharenow, Executive Vice President of Programming at Lifetime Networks spoke about the decision to pick up eight hour-long episodes of “Preachers’ Daughters” which will be produced by Thinkfactory Media.

“Adolescence can be a challenging time of transition for children and their parents,” said Sharenow in a statement from Lifetime. “By opening their homes and lives to our viewers, the families featured on Preachers’ Daughters will provide an honest portrayal of their experiences — bookended by the deep love they share and shifting household dynamics in their beliefs.”

“Preachers’ Daughters” will be executive produced by Adam Reed, Emily Sinclair, Adam Freeman and Leslie Greif, with Lifetime’s Sharenow, Gena McCarthy, Kimberly Chessler and Toby Faulkner. The scheduled air date will be March 12 at 10 p.m. ET.

Release Date: (TV/Cable) Premiere Tuesday, March 12, 2013 on Lifetime!

Release Date: (DVD) TBA!

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  1. John says
    12 March 13, 9:25pm

    Mrs. Kolofs is a very good example off two faced Christian hypocrite!! Threaten to harm a 16 yr old boy. Looking down him like he’s a heathen, look in a mirror lady, the heathen is looking back!!! Prime example of why non Christians despise your actions!! Listen to some DC talk, “the single greatest cause of atheism in the world today is Christians who acknowledge Jesus with their lips and walk out the door and deny him by their life style!!! That’s what the world finds simply unbelievable!!” Get a life, treat these you adults as such. Who are you to JUDGE someone. You preach of love and kindness but fail to show it out of the church. You preach of love, but deny your own flesh and blood to experience as you did at her age. GOD, I could go on!!!

  2. John says
    12 March 13, 9:38pm

    And also, way to go producer, editor, etc. Did a fine job to expand the foul taste of Christians into more mouths!!! Funny to know that the wildest kids are from “GOD fearing” preacher families. Might want to sit down and ponder the reason behind the reason why that is. What, pull your heads out your rear and see the light. In the end,kids will do what they want. You can’t stop them, well you can but we just may be reading about a preacher going to prison and then you would really but a big spot light on your “group”! think about it, it’s simple. Treat others as you would want to be treated !!!! Not like a caged animal.

  3. gary says
    14 March 13, 1:00pm

    John I’m sorry you feel the way you do and that you made your harsh statements to Mrs. Kolof. You criticized her for the commments she made to the young man yet I don’t believe that your comments were very Godly either. First Atheist’s don’t hate God because of what Christians say or do. But forsure will use that as an excuse to blame God or lack of God. I’m a Christian too but struggle daily with things I say and do so I’ll try not to offend you so that you don’t become an Atheist too.

    I know that it’s extremely difficult for any parent to raise children in todays enviroment. The world is a mess full of tempations and impurity. Maybe that’s why so many kids are being home schooled today. I’m 57 years old and find it a struggle myself with the way women dress, bad movies, and TV programing. So if you can imagine how young boys feel about the way the girls dress today and the movies today because between the ages of 15-23 a boy thinks about sex every 15 seconds. I wish Mrs. Koloff would have told her sex education group that fact but she’s educated enough to know what going on in that boys body and mind. She’s an up front person and she was just trying to get her point across. So let’s see what happens after the young man was warned and see how he takes the advice he was given that you so despised.
    John sit down and watch a little TV some night and start writing your letters to them. Believe me I’ve tried.

    The problem that Preachers have is that they’re under a microscope in the church and as soon as a Preacher’s kid does something wrong the gossip starts to spread about the Pastor. It’s common knowledge that any animal protects their young so I don’t find her comments to the young man wrong. Like her sex education class her words were straight forward and to the point. Why? Maybe she was trying to protect the most precious thing to her, her daughter. Maybe we could actually use more parents who would love their children by saying something like this instead of the children running the homes and doing what they want. So many parents say nothing and then their children don’t think that they even care.You made a statement about kids doing what they’ll want anyway and that my friend is exactly why our world is in the mess it’s in. Without the parent being in charge in the home the children are insecure. Children actually want someone over them and then are secure but will fight to have control. If it were my little girl I may have done something different but that easy to say looking from the outside in. Those girls are loved, live in Christian homes, and are very well provided for yet you didn’t comment on that.
    So as a fellow Christian my friend let’s pray for these families and support their efforts to show the world what these families and young kids have to go through in life. God Bless

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