Jinger Duggar & Jeremy Vuolo Make a Big Announcement About Their Future

Jinger Duggar, Jeremy Vuolo
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Jinger (Duggar) has always been the rebel of her Christian fundamentalist family, but she may be taking it a step further than we ever imagined. Hey husband Jeremy Vuolo just got accepted into a masters program, which could mean a relocation for the little family -- to the left coast of California. 

  • Jeremy shared with his followers on Instagram that he was recently accepted to the Master's Seminary.

    It looks like Jeremy was accepted into the Masters of Divinity program, an extensive course of study involving years in the classroom, learning theology, Greek and Hebrew, and preaching. Jer has been serving as a pastor at Grace Community Church in Laredo, Texas, and presumably wants to further his education to enhance his ministry.

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  • Jinge and Jer even took a trip to Los Angeles in March, where they visited the Master's Seminary.

    We just didn't know at the time that he was applying to be a student there! The seminary does offer online classes, but not for the Masters of Divinity degree. Does that mean the Vuolos are picking up and moving to Los Angeles? It would certainly be a huge change of pace from her upbringing in Tontitown, Arkansas.

  • According to the website, Master's does have several remote campuses, including one in Texas, where students may pursue a Masters of Divinity.

    Except that the campus is in Dallas, and Jeremy and Jinger live in Laredo. In case you missed it, Texas is a big state, and these two cities are nearly a seven-hour drive apart. That's a pretty lengthy commute, if you ask us. 

  • This is definitely a season of change for the young couple, who are also expecting their first child in July.

    If they're going to move, it's a tough choice to decide between doing it eight or nine months pregnant, or with a newborn. Either way, it's definitely going to be tough -- whether they're relocating to Dallas or to Los Angeles. 

    Then again, maybe it's a new program (or one not mentioned on the website) that will allow them to stay in Laredo. Wherever they end up, we wish them the best of luck.