Duggar family girls dating
caught up with Jim Bob and Michelle to learn more about their views on courting.As Michelle pointed out, “love is in the air” in the Duggar household this spring.The conservative TV family's four oldest girls, Jana, 24, Jill, 22, Jessa, 21, and Jinger, 20, are revealing secrets of their personal lives and relationships in their new book ), "It's easy to put yourself into physical and moral danger and give into those emotions or sensual thoughts that promise pleasant, but only temporary, fulfillment," adding that they avoid men to ensure they don't sin."By censoring our thoughts through the filter of God's word, we will be able to recant any wrong thoughts or temptations that try to sneak in," they say.
Jim Bob Duggar has reportedly had his sights set on the news correspondent and devout Christian for his eldest daughter Jana.
She announced almost six months ago that she had begun seeing fellow churchgoer Ben Seewald."[They're] enjoying getting to know each other and are recommending sermons to one another," Jessa's dad, Jim Bob Duggar, said at the time, adding, "Courting is getting to know each other in a group setting, both families spending time together and the couple setting goals together to determine if they are meant to marry.
With dating, a couple will often pair off alone and that sometimes leads to a more physical relationship."In the new book, Jessa clarifies that she and Ben limit their physical contact to only "side hugging" to say hello and goodbye.
Rule 1: Courting is not dating; it’s “dating with a purpose.” There are two main distinctions that make dating different than courting, says Jim Bob.
Dating is spending time with someone alone, not necessarily with the end goal of marriage.That’s easier when you have more eyes looking out for you.