As you may know, the Duggar family has endured some difficult times over the past year.
While the world was still reeling from the revelation that Josh Duggar molested five young girls (four of whom were his sisters) while he was in his teens, another bombshell further decimated the family's wholesome reputation.
Following a hack into the private database of infidelity-facilitating website Ashley Madison, an information dump revealed that Josh Duggar attempted to cheat on his wife with not one, but two paid accounts that he used to seek out potential mistresses.
You'd think after all that, sexual urges and monogamy would not be the Duggars' favorite topics of conversation.
But this is a family that will not pass up an opportunity to tell others how eagerly the Devil is waiting to violate them with a pitchfork, so you can bet they still take every opportunity to wag a judgmental finger at young newlyweds.
The Duggars are frequent guests at the Fort Rock Family Camp, an Arkansas venue that hosts retreats for fundamentalist Christians.
For the second time in two years (Looks like they weren't invited in 2015. We can't imagine why!) Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar will be speaking at Fort Rock's Fall Marriage Retreat.
Interestingly, the venue has done little to promote the surprise appearance from their most high-profile guests.
In fact, if you weren't a regular visitor to the Fort Rock website, you'd have no idea that you're in for a lecture on "godly principles for a Christlike marriage" from the Duggar matriarch herself.
We can't help but wonder if the Duggars gave that same talk to Josh.
If so, they may want to switch up their strategy.
No word yet on whether or not they'll be joined by any of their children, but since Jinger Duggar is newly engaged, many believe she'll be joining her folks as a sort of virginal victory lap.
Of course, this whole thing doubles as a promotional opportunity, as the second season of the family's TLC reality show debuts later this month.
Watch Counting On online if you need to get caught up before then.