Ty Adams was tired of watching reality TV that served no purpose. Personally, that's my favorite thing about reality television, but I digress. Author, web-based evangelist and relationship coach Adams has created The Real Housewives of the Bible as a way for the modern woman to connect to biblical figures to help her work through the problems of her personal life.
The DVD will follow 12 women for six weeks in a three-part series. The show takes issues that are prominent in Bible stories, like adultery and infertility and gives them a modern twist by having the actors recreate scenes from the Bible.
Ty Adams, author of 'Single, Saved and Having Sex' wants 'The Real Housewives of the Bible' to educate women, particularly single women, about the true meaning of marriage.
"Christians need to get back to the original source so then we can allow God to heal us...and show [women in struggling relationships] that yes I was too the same like you in a broken relationship but God restored me, God restored my marriage," says Adams.