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Anna Duggar's husband has seemingly joined the family business of selling used cars, so this could be quite the hit financially.

Jana, like her 18 siblings, grew up in a Bible-worshipping home where she was taught that God and His will would lead them to that special someone.

As you can see on the show, mama and daddy Duggar do their best to raise their brood with strong Christian values.

Jinger Duggar is looking like the next in line to get hitched on 19 Kids and Counting, now that she's officially courting Jeremy Vuolo. Duggar fans are well aware that courtship is not dating, but really a pre-engagement, with the goal be to lead the couple down the aisle.

Assuming things work out with Jer, the 22-year-old would follow in the footsteps of her now-married older sisters Jill and Jessa Duggar. That made Josiah Duggar and Marjorie Jackson's breakup all the more shocking, but hey.

The Tebows are all about praising the (wo)man upstairs, too—in fact, all five of their kids (and some spouses and grand babies, too) work to spread His word through the Bob Tebow Evangelistic Association.

Tim himself used to preach from the football field—whether it was writing Bible verses under his eyes or taking a moment to praise God and pray (aka Tebowing). They're Both Virgins: That's right, by choice, these two have yet to score.

The Of course, Tim, 27, has been romantically linked (falsely) to many a lovely lady by the media before, so we need to be cautious that news of this blessed union-in-the-making isn't coming from a false prophet. News reached out to TLC and reps for comment but did not receive a response).

However, if these two are indeed dating (with proper chaperones, of course), we should all take a moment to praise the Lord. Tim and Jana would make the perfect couple—here are five reasons why.1. Faith is the most important thing to both born-again, Evangelical Christians.

Jana's tied for the second-oldest kid out of all 19, so she's definitely got Tim beat by the numbers.

And you know what they teach you about "the triangle" in Sunday school—put God at the top and as both partners move closer to Him, they get closer to each other, too. They're saving themselves until the day they say "I do" to their future spouse.

Tim confirmed at an SEC Media Days press conference back in 2009 that he planned to hang on to his V-card until the wedding night. They Both Come From Big Families: No only child syndrome here!