Jill Duggar is prepared for her voice to be heard.
In the explosive trailer for Shiny Happy People: Duggar Family Secrets, the 32- year-old, along with her hubby Derick Dillard, is seen assessing the debates– consisting of religions– surrounding her household.
“There’s a story that’s going to be told,” Jill– who appeared with her household in the TLC series, 19 Kids and Counting— states in the clip, launched May18 “And I would rather be the one telling it.”
As Jill– child of Jim Bob Duggar and Michelle Duggar— kept in mind of their household’s faith, “We were part of IBLP as early as I can remember.”
IBLP, much better called the Institute in Basic Life Principles, is a non-denominational Christian company established by pastor Bill Gothard, which teaches conservative worths, practices of homeschooling and female obedience.
The upcoming docu-series teases a take a look at the company’s history as a whole.
As someone shares in the trailer, “The IBLP teachings aren’t Christianity. They’re something entirely different,” while another declares that the “the institute raises little predators.”