Ricky Sinclair notes report about “Bachelor” season 17’s Sean Lowe being “Born Again Virgin”


In being a self-described “born again virgin,” the 17th season Bachelor Sean Lowe is causing a lot of controversy.   According to AmericanThinker.com he has been described as a “genuinely nice guy,” and does not take part in the sexual activities, which were an integral part of the show’s previous seasons.

AmericanThinker.com also reports that during the premiere of the 2013 season, Lowe expressed that he was “very open about wanting to find a wife and start a family.”  And the AmericanThinker.com piece goes on to present three topics in relation: today’s culture needs strong advocates for love and marriage; today’s culture needs male role models; and today’s young women need “righteous” men.

When Ricky Sinclair found The Lord and became born again, resulting in him becoming the Founder and Pastor of Miracle Place Church in Baker, Louisiana, he did so because of his wife and baby.  “Family is what really matters,” states Sinclair.

Lowe proclaims “I love Jesus” on his Twitter profile (@SeanLowe09), and in relation to the AmericanThinker.com topic about today’s culture needing strong advocates for love and marriage, it was cited that Lowe believes “marriage is for life” and wants “a house that’s full of love and laughter.”

Sinclair believes that family is one of the most important things in life and furthermore, family is the catalyst for spiritual growth.  Sinclair, and the rest of the congregation at Miracle Place Church, is dedicated to the strengthening of the family unit.

Though Lowe’s actions, or lack thereof, may not be good for television ratings in meeting the expectations of the viewers of the previous seasons’ of The Bachelor,  AmericanThinker.com states “there was palpable excitement [by the 26 bachelorettes vying for his attention] about meeting a bachelor who is also a nice man with good intentions.”


Ricky Sinclair, Founder and Pastor at Miracle Place Church located in Baker, LA, and his wife Jeannie share the ministry pulpit in a unique way that Jesus has given to them. Their heart is to see people experience the life changing transformation that took place in them when Jesus saved their souls. “God is faithful and people are precious to Him. Even despite all of our short comings, He still believes in us and is counting on us. Jesus is worthy of our praise and the devotion of our lives. He’ll give you purpose, direction and honor. There is a place for you at the table with God.”


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