After his stint in the faith-based Reformers Unanimous rehab facility, Josh Duggar from the former TLC reality show "19 Kids and Counting" is reportedly thinking about going back to work.
Since he was forced to step down from his position as executive director of the conservative Family Research Council, he now has to think of doing something else to support his family.
"He's considering going on a public speaking circuit," an insider told Life & Style. "He has to make money and this could be very lucrative for him. It's likely Josh will travel the world to talk at Christian fundamentalist events this year."
Josh could also appear in the family's new reality show "Jill and Jessa: Counting On," since his return to television will definitely drum up the interest of the public.
"Everyone is certain Josh will be making an appearance on 'Counting On.' He'll bring the show even more viewers," the source added.
For Josh's devoted wife Anna, the most important thing that he can do for now is concentrate on rebuilding his family.
During the "Counting On" episode entitled "At Home & Away," Anna and her four-month-old daughter Meredith Grace were shown visiting Josh while he was still in rehab, according to the Duggar Family Blog.
She said she felt good that her husband sought help for his issues, but that at the same time, it was difficult for her to spend time apart from him. "It's not anything I would have thought I would walk through," she admitted.
After her visit, she talked to the other Duggar family members about it and extended Josh's message to them. "I just got back from visiting Joshua," Anna shared with the family. "And he loves each one of you guys very much and is just really grateful for a family that is willing to talk straight and to grieve when you have fallen but also to love and forgive and to have hope."