Jill Duggar and her husband, derick dillard, have changed their life's course and decided to work as ministers at a university in Fayetteville. The pair previously lived in Central America, calling both Guatemala and El Salvador home before packing up and moving back to the United States. Although it is unclear why the pair decided to make the change to move back to the United States permanently, some think that they may be becoming a little bit more liberal in their ways, like Jill's younger sister Jinger Duggar Vuolo. Jinger has been making headlines by wearing pants and t-shirts, which are more "revealing" than anything she was allowed to wear when living at home with her parents.

Why fans think Jill might be rebelling

Jill and her husband Derick are now working for Cross Church College in Fayetteville with the University of Arkansas. While this, in itself, isn't alarming, none of Jill's sisters have pursued higher education. Only one of her brothers has gone away to college, but he attended a university that was highly in keeping with their religious values. Jill's husband, however, did attend a secular college, and fans have asked whether or not Jill and Derick will allow their sons to attend these types of schools when they are of age. Jill also recently posted a photo advertising a Christian music festival, which is a little bit less conservative than Jill and her family appear to be.

The Christian music festival features artists that are a bit more open than Jill's upbringing, which has fans questioning if she's leaning a bit further to the left these days.

Growing up Duggar

Jill Duggar grew up in the Duggar mega-family as one of 19 kids. And while she had 18 other siblings, her life was heavily controlled by her parents and church.

The family was very adamant about the fact that the Bible is the literal truth of God. They have also spoken against gay marriage and supporting trans individuals (though Jill's husband, Derick Dillard has renounced transgendered individuals as going against God). Growing up, Jill was not allowed to attend a "regular" school and instead was home educated with her siblings.

She was also heavily monitored during her courtship with Derick and was not allowed to be alone with him until they tied the knot. Jill was also required to wear a skirt or a dress at all times, however, it had to be modest by the standards of her parents and the church.