"If my life and what we are sharing with you tonight is so bizarre, why am I so in love with my wife? Why have we had thirty amazing years of marriage? Why do all my kids love one another and love us? I think you have to look at that," said a father being interviewed on Nightline Prime.
One of the families that is part of this Christian community that attended the Father Daughter Purity Ball was interviewed by the staff at ABC. The staff had this to say about this family, "The Wilson kids were all home-schooled and the purity lifestyle was evident everywhere, from the blessings Randy conducted with them in their backyard to the purity rings all the kids over the age of 12 proudly wore. Some of the older Wilson children were already married and had all experienced their first kisses at the altar on their wedding days."
Their Christianity and purity infiltrates every part of their lives, similar to the Duggar family. Ken taped this program for me and I watched it with a smile on my face! I love seeing families living their faith completely, not trying to compromise with the world in any way. A young newly married daughter said that she believed the husband is the masculine leader of the home and the wife is the nurturer of the family.
It is rare to see this among Christians. We did everything we could to teach our children about purity when they were growing up. We sent them to purity camps, gave them books to read, and spoke openly to them about purity.
The world doesn't get it. Of course they wouldn't. They think it is silly, old-fashioned, and boring, but "the proof is in the pudding." Living God's ways produces beautiful fruit. The world mocks sexual purity and saving virginity for marriage, yet look at the results when these godly things are set aside for sexual freedom; emotional scars, abortions, rampant STD's, etc.
Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil;
that put darkness for light, and light for darkness,
that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter.