Season 3, however, is more reality show-esque. It’s like Real World meets Bad Girls Club meets church folks. That’s a crazy mixture I know, but that’s what I get when watching it. Nine girls are living in a nice-for-the-location-and-the-work-they’re-doing house and trying to stay saved, complete mission work all while being in the house with each other. Like all other shows, the individuals the show follows are supposed to hang in there and make it to the end.
I'm on the fence about this, because on the one hand it shows that even those tied to religious based institutions have imperfections, but at the same time aren't they suppose to be an image and example of God? I mean in season 3 there’s Kayla on Preacher's Daughters who plotted to kick Lolly out of the house and disliked her from day one, why, because she was also from California and she spoke whatever was on her mind? Lolly isn’t innocent here either. She’s has a rough front and entered the house with her “Bible and yak.” Great for entertainment and ratings, but what do you all think of these reality shows with a religious or faith based concept?