Counting On matriarch Michelle Duggar has written to the Arkansas court and said her eldest son Josh Duggar has a "tender heart" ahead of his upcoming sentencing.MORE: The Duggars' controversial new photo divides fansIn a letter sent to Judge Timothy L.
Brooks of the Western District of Arkansas Federal Court, and seen by People, mom of 19 Michelle allegedly wrote that Joshua "is compassionate toward others," and claimed: "If someone is having a difficult time, he is one of the first to encourage or try to help them in a tangible way."WATCH: Duggars explain "courtship"She also said that the father of seven "has set a good example of applying himself eagerly to his work and in many other responsibilities that he carries as a husband and father".Signing the letter with her name, and a heart for the dot in the 'I', Michelle also wrote that "Joshua has always been a positive and upbeat person" and that he is "wise financially".MORE: Everything you need to know about the Duggar family weddings"He is a good provider for his family, working diligently and thinking of creative ways to support and take care of his wife and children.
He is also generous and shares his resources with others in need," she wrote.Joshua and his family live on the grounds of his parent's home.
His sentencing is scheduled for 25 May 2022. A jury spent around four hours deliberating A jury spent around four hours deliberating before coming back with their guilty verdict in December.Read more on hellomagazine.com