A self-styled evangelist is putting a Christian twist to the Bravo Network’s “Real Housewives” format in a show called “The Real Housewives of the Bible.”

Those who are tired of overwrought drama or immoral behavior can indulge in the reality show, according to producer Ty Adams, web evangelist and author.

Adams, who authored the Essence magazine best-seller, “Single, Saved and Having Sex,” said the show depicts the challenges women face, both as wives and singles, Black Voices reports.

“We’re going to deal with sex, relationships…we’re going to bring in a whole ‘nother level. We’re going to bring the ‘Real Housewives of the Bible’ alive,” Adams told Black Voices.

Fans of reality TV can get a taste of the show on YouTube, with clips Adams has posted under the pseudonym TyAdamsTV. In one video, called “My Mind is Having Sex Pt. 1,” Adams preaches about the importance of mind control from lustful and sinful thoughts, what she called “struggles.” Sex before marriage, masturbation and pornography distract a person from “God’s will,” she said.

To date, the Bravo series has focused on “The Real Housewives of” Orange County, Calif., New Jersey, New York, Miami, D.C. and Atlanta.