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Friday, February 24, 2012

Video Clips: Duggars on Anderson

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Anonymous said...

I just watched the show. I love learning about how there big family operates.

habecker said...

based off of what little we saw, didn't he first ask about them showing Jubilees picture to the world? didn't hear them really answer that. they spoke of her being a person and the butterfly symbol yet i thought he was asking about pictures of Jubilee??

also, his face was such a contrast to Michelle's and Jim Bob's. such a reminder to me of my countenance!

Lori Alexander said...

I watched the whole show and they are such an amazing godly couple. You can see their love for Jesus just shining through them. They are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ!!!

Anonymous said...

He did seem unusually solemn and sad looking throughout the show, didn't he. I've never seen him look happy, except ONE time I saw him do an interview with his mother (gloria vanderbilt) and he just lit up, it was very obvious how much he loved and adored her. :)

I'm sad for him, he is in a sad lifestyle presumably, and needs our prayers. Perhaps being around the Duggars gave him something to think about.

Mrs P

Anonymous said...

There are millions upon millions of people that are not ashamed of the gospel of Christ. May I please remind people not to have idols. Some of the people out here that love the Duggars do quite the opposite of what they admire in the Duggars--they knock down other people--hard. To analyze that much and see a difference in the face of Anderson Cooper and the Duggars is far-reaching and indicates to me Duggar-idol worship. The world is not anti-Duggar. In fact, the majority of the world does not know about the Duggars. This is just another American family, people, not Adam and Eve, for goodness sake.

Anonymous said...

The Bible is absolutely silent on birth control. Some feel called to put off childbearing until they are in a better position to care for children. Some, such as missionary couples, may feel their service to God overrides the desire for children. Some may be convinced that God has a different plan for them. Ultimately, a couple’s motives for delaying childbearing, using birth control, or even having numerous children, are between them and God. It all comes down to this: no one has the right to determine whether someone else should or should not use birth control, how many children is the “right” number for them, or whether they should have children at all. As in all things, we are not to judge others or cause brothers and sisters in Christ to stumble. So pro-Duggar people that comment, stop criticizing A. Cooper, for example. And stop criticizing period. And stop trying to peek into my bedroom...what I do there is up to me and God and you have absolutely no right to force your own personal beliefs on me when the Bible doesn't speak.

Anonymous said...

Habecker, I watched it on TV. Their answer was that they the photo was on her funeral service bulletin and was posted to the net thru someone who attended. Subsequently they posted it to the family website, they said.
Don't know if this is in the clips (my computer doesn't play them): They mentioned that the Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep Foundation helped with the photographs. nowilaymedowntosleep.org

Amber said...

Oh, awesome! Loved how they answered these two questions:

"Do you really think that you can be good parents to 19 children??"

and

"Why did you choose to name your last baby?"

(Love the Duggars!)

Brenda H said...

I watched the interview on tv and I was pleasantly surprised at how respectful anderson cooper was towards the duggars. And as always bravo to the Duggars for not being afraid to share their faith and giving witnes!!

Kelly said...

It was a good interview, although I didn't learn anything new. Glad to see that they're continuing to spread their message.

I think the criticism of Anderson is really harsh and coming from people who don't know that much about him. Saying he is in a "sad lifestyle" was a bit assuming and mean.

Brittany said...

couldnt get it to work:(

Libby said...

Thank you girls for sharing these wonderful clips with us! You too both rock! Michelle is a great mom!

habecker said...

@Anonymous

Anonymous #7 - thank you. the clips did not reflect that. did not know that info about the pictures.

Anonymous said...

I wasn't trying to criticize Mr. Cooper at all!! I was saying that when a person is a Christian they have the Holy Spirit living inside them. They have a joy and deep seated peace that people without Christ do not have. I was simply saying that Mr. Cooper did not seem to exude that joy and peace as the Duggars so obviously do (since they are Christians and he is not)

I was hoping that being with the Duggars perhaps stirred a desire to search out our Saviour Jesus Christ. Nothing hateful or bad.

Elena said...

I really think the people interviewing (dr. oz and cooper) have no real understanding of how this family just gets it right. These children are all well balanced, loved, caring and devoted children to their parents and faith. Lets get some real questions on how they do it rather than how can you give enough time to each child. Really! Does he watch the show and see these children and how they live. There is not a bad seed in the bunch. They serve others and are always compassionate and giving. Thank you Duggars!

pga127 said...

The Duggars did not really answer the question about being good parents to 19 children; they were indirect and vague.

Anonymous said...

I'm sorry but I don't think that Mr. Cooper needs you to worry about his "sad lifestyle."

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