On the contrary, servants will confront every challenge to meet their needs, even though God had forbidden sexual intercourse outside of marriage.
For instance, they may sneak out of their master's house to meet another companion. On the other hand they may stay home and have sexual intercourse with another servant.
Hall explains that Anne would soon prove to be a great leader in her new home town and because of her skills in midwifery and healing, she became a valued member.
She would stand in on many childbirths to help other families and before long would hold weekly meetings to discuss bible readings and interpret those readings.
As a result, Puritans issued fines and punishment for unsuccessful marriage and sexual abuse.
Furthermore children are encouraged to get married as soon as possible, and also their parents may arrange marriages to provide suitable husbands and wives.
The Puritans believed that God had formed a unique covenant, or agreement, with them.
They believed that God expected them to live according to the Scriptures, to reform the Anglican Church, and to set a good example that would cause those who had remained in England to change their sinful ways.
Between 16, nearly 9,000 Puritans migrated to the colony.
The Puritan migration was much more rapid than any other group migration in the colonies at the time.