The Counting On spoilers suggest that Josh Duggar was booted from the Institute in Basic Life Principles (IBLP), which is a non-denominational Christian fundamentalist organization.
The umbrella organization has various ministries under the direction of Minister Bill Gothard. The religion became famously affiliated with Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar, who chronicled their Christian faith on the TLC series, 19 Kids and Counting.
IBLP removed Josh when he was found guilty of child pornography. In 2022, he was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison.
Josh is rumored to have found a new demoniation. He is doing prison ministry while serving his time in prison. Read on to learn more about his new leadership role.
Counting On Spoilers – Josh Duggar’s Prison Ministry
According to the Counting On spoilers, fans want to know more about Josh Duggar’s prison ministry. He’s reportedly serving in a new leadership role where he converted some of his fellow inmates.
However, fans wanted to know if his prison ministry was still doing well. There haven’t been any updates on whether Josh is pursuing this mission still.
The user theredheadknowall asked on Reddit: “Has he converted many more felons to Christianity, & into law-abiding citizens who when released will go back into the world not only as great members of society but also men of God spreading his word?”
The Counting On spoilers suggests that Josh Duggar was booted from Gothard’s IBLP. He had to find a new Christian denomination. Only the Gothards have an official prison ministry that’s practiced in federal and state prisons across the nation.
Whatever Josh’s ministry isn’t official like the Gothardites or the IBLPers. It’s unclear how he got that leadership role.
“The fact that an SO like Josh can do or even pretend ‘ministry’ or run an organization like that from prison boggles the mind,” one fan wrote.
Counting On Spoilers – Josh Duggar’s Personal Mission
According to the Counting On spoilers, Josh Duggar’s personal mission was revealed. It’s not about serving others. It’s about helping himself. Ever since he was booted from the IBLP, prison ministry is all that he has focused on.
He wants to become a better person for his sake. Josh also has a need to satisfy his own ego in order to help others. There are still questions as to what denomination or teaching he practices now.
There are various religious gatherings that are practiced in prison. Some fans think Josh could make money in prison by sharing stories about finding God.
What are your thoughts on the IBLP booting Josh Duggar? Does this surprise you? What are your thoughts on his new leadership role? Sound off below in the comment section.