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At that point they talked with a Christian medical doctor and read the fine print in the contraceptives package. They prayed and asked God to forgive them, and to teach them to love children like He loves children. They have appeared on numerous National and International TV shows including The Early Show, The Today Show, The View, Fox & Friends, Italian Public Television, KBS (Korean Broadcasting System), Discovery Home & Health (UK & Australia), Jimmy Kimmel Live, Fox News Network, CNN, MSNBC and others.
They found that while taking the pill you can get pregnant and then miscarry. They asked God to bless them with as many children as He saw fit in His timing. To date they have been blessed with 19 children, (10 boys and 9 girls) Joshua (& wife Anna), Jana & John-David (twins), Jill, Jessa, Jinger, Joseph, Josiah, Joy-Anna, Jedidiah & Jeremiah (twins), Jason, James, Justin, Jackson, Johannah, Jennifer, Jordyn-Grace and Josie. They have done countless interviews with radio talk show hosts around the world including NPR, AP Radio, CBS Radio, FOX Radio and others.
These events occurred in 20, when he was 14 to 15 years of age, and prior to the beginning of the show.
On July 16, 2015, TLC (The Learning Channel) announced that the show was officially canceled and would not resume production.
The sisters have previously stated they are taking legal action in order to protect victims of child abuse. Now that the dust has settled — and Josh is apparently back in the family's good graces — four of his sisters are seeking legal retribution against the real enemy: the police officials and reporters who released their family secrets to the public! Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy (the fam's spinoff-worthy "fab four," if you will) filed a lawsuit against the city of Springdale, Arkansas over the 2015 police documents, according to .
In the suit, they claim that they had spoken to authorities in 2006 about the sexual assault when they were all minors, and were assured their statements would only be shared with police and child services.
As we reported, on Wednesday, Jill Duggar's husband Derick Dillard received a flood of criticism when he attacked fellow TLC personality Jazz Jennings for her sexuality. As we reported, last month, Jill, Jessa, Jinger, and Joy Duggar filed a lawsuit against city, county, and police officials, along with the publishers of , for releasing 2015 documents revealing brother Josh Duggar sexually assaulted several minors, including members of his family. In the suit, they claim they spoke to authorities in 2006, and were assured their statements would NOT be seen by the public.
Lisa Vanderpump's employee dug up a photo from 2014 where Dillard's wife Jill Duggar shows off her engagement ring, and wrote the following burn: The network chimes in!
and frequently discusses values of purity, modesty, and faith in God.
God has opened many doors for them to share that children are a blessing from the Lord! They have appeared in various magazine and newspapers including Parents, New York Times, Dallas Morning News, Chicago Tribune, Ladies Home Journal, People and many others.
To date they have been featured on five Discovery Health & TLC documentaries entitled, “14 Children and Pregnant Again! From the United States, Canada, Korea, Japan, China, India, New Zealand, Australia, France and Germany.
The Duggars avoid birth control saying they have decided to allow God to determine the number of children they have.
All of the children are homeschooled, and access to entertainment such as movies and television is limited.