Happy Holidays, from his bible-based rehab to yours!
Josh Duggar will remain at his Rockford, Illinois treatment center over Christmas, according to Radar Online.
“The holidays are a very busy time, with lots of activities,” a Reformers Unanimous source revealed, adding that a meal will be prepared for patients, and Christmas Eve service attendance is mandatory.
So are meetings, which are held weekly.
“Every Friday, they have to attend a meeting, and Christmas will be no exception,” the source said.
Patients attend local chapters of Reformers Unanimous to "pray their sins away" several times a week, according to the publication. The facility's treatment program is based on bible study alone, and problems are dealt with from a "sin standpoint."
Duggar is said to be staying at rehab until February, which will round out his six-month stay.
Back in August, Reformers Unanimous' director of development Tony Richardson told People what Duggar's stay would involve, and what happens after they complete treatment.
"When people leave and go home, we have an aftercare plan we encourage for their success and continued victory," Richardson explained.
This includes "getting involved with a local Bible-believing church and continuing on with their relationship with the Lord."
Anna Duggar spoke candidly about her husband's infidelity on TLC's Jill & Jessa: Counting On.
"I think it is such a betrayal for a spouse to go through what we're walking through," Annd said.
"Not only was it a betrayal against me, but it was also a betrayal against those that call themselves Christian because here we were as a Christian couple.
"Everyone was able to see us get married and to vow before God to be loyal to each other, and that loyalty was broken. And so, for my heart, it was just broken."
It's not certain if any of the Duggars plan on visiting their oldest son over Christmas.