Jim Bob Duggar has a message for all his fellow fathers out there, though said message may be targeted toward one struggling dad in particular.
Is he sending a thinly-veiled message to Josh Duggar, his first-born son who is currently toiling away in a Christian sex rehab labor camp?
No one knows with certainty. But when the patriarch pens an open letter on the family website, urging dads to become the "coach of your home"?
It sure as crap reads like that's his intended audience.
Jim Bob begins by encouraging fathers to be "spiritual leaders" by sharing a very personal story of the time his wife, Michelle, suffered a miscarriage.
Going through that while she was on birth control, he says, shaped their views on children (and clearly, they take those views seriously).
"We had been rejecting His gifts," Jim Bob wrote. "We prayed and asked God to forgive us and we gave Him this area of our lives."
"We said, 'Lord, help us to love children the way that you love children,' and Lord, we want to receive each one as a gift from you.'"
Jim Bob says that in order to be a leader, it's urgent that fathers ask forgiveness from Jesus, their significant other and children.
He also suggested that dads remove all "books, magazines, television or Internet that have worldly or sensual content" from the home.
To protect one's family, this is crucial, he advises:
"Replace them with good things, [such as] wholesome music, biographies of great Christians, good old-fashioned family fun and games."
This open letter comes just days after we learned that some members of the Duggar family have visiting and encouraging Josh in rehab.
It's not the first time we've heard the Duggars hate on worldly or sensual content, nor is it at all surprising that they would do just that.
The timing is curious, though, amid conflicting reports regarding the state of Josh's fractured marriage to the long-suffering Anna Duggar.
Having admitted an online porn addiction and being "unfaithful" to Anna earlier this summer, Josh has been on thin ice to say the least.
Still, he's not giving up with out a fight, and some sources say he's pushing Anna to have another baby to help save the marriage (really).
On the flip side, others speculate that Anna is finally leaving Josh after porn star Danica Dillon sued him for giving her rough-sex-induced PTSD.
Meanwhile, Anna is breaking her silence.
"It was heartbreaking to hear, what had happened," an emotional Anna, 27, said in a promo for TLC's Jill and Jessa: Counting On released Friday.
At this point, it remains unclear exactly what Anna is planning, and even where Josh is. Rumors suggest he may have bailed on rehab months early.
A plane carrying Jim Bob and two of his sons was spotted Friday at an airport in Rockford, Ill., near the facility where Josh is (or was) being treated.
Insiders say the plane was on the ground for several hours, before taking back off to Springdale, Arkansas, where the Duggar family resides.
The plot thickens.