I have to refute some of the experiences listed here. I am a strong Christian and an Ordained Elder in my church and was a Rainbow Girl. In addition to my church involvement, this was one of most formative involvements. The stations are Love, Religion, Nature, Immortality, Patriotism and Service, as well as Faith, Hope and Charity. It uses scripture as part of its ritual. Through it I learned many spiritual principles and scripture that serve me to this day. As part of our time, I remember visiting other member's churches, including a Jewish synagogue. Other than perhaps there being some bad influences in that particular Rainbow Girls Assembly, I can think of no reason that the organization or principles would lead to bulimia. Additionally, bulimia is an addiction and highly correlated to sexual abuse. So, in summary, Rainbow Girls was an incredible experience for me and I haven't seen much in these posts about specific reasons why it would be a problem to be a Christian and a Rainbow Girl. I also think that it may be a positive outlet for the girl.
I am a strong Christian and an Ordained Elder in my church and was a Rainbow Girl.
Rainbow Girls? Sometimes, I wonder if ignorance really is bliss. I have no idea what that is. And for some strange reason I'm glad.. :-D