Wednesday, January 2, 2013

John-David Duggar Arkansas Constable

Just after midnight on January 1st, John-David Duggar was sworn in as an Arkansas Constable. As a constable, John will help keep the peace in Washington County.


29 comments:

  1. Congratulations, John-David! I bet Jackson's impressed with your badge :)

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  2. Congrats John! I am sure you will do a great job :)

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  3. I woldn`t have any of the Duggars expect to be sworn in. In all other respects they really take care, what the Bible says.
    So why not in this case?

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  4. Congratulations! So happy for you John!

    ~Sarah

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  5. Nicely done John-David. As a fellow peace officer up here in Canada I trust you'll enjoy fulfilling your new duties and that The Lord will keep you well.

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  6. Congratulations John I'm sure that you will do a great job.

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  7. Congratulations John-David

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  8. congrats John! I am sure Jim Bob and Michelle are proud parents! I would be if I were them!

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  9. Congratulations John-David! That's wonderful news!

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  10. Congratulations, John-David! May God guide you and protect you as you serve the community.

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  11. Congratulations John David. I'm so happy for you!

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  12. Great news about John-David's becoming a constable. You must be very proud of your son as you are with all your children. God bless you all.Rosemary Bowler of Western Australia.

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  13. Mark my spontaneous comment :)- this will not be the first "Wow!" this family makes. I'm sure as more of the children grow older we will all be amazed at what career paths unfold. Imagine 19 children 'serving' as messengers for christ in many corners of many communities. Oh, and Hi there Rosemary Bowler of WA!, I'm an Aussie too.

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  14. Welcome to the other side of the thin blue line, John-David. You'll never be the same again. :)

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  15. Congratulations John-David, you must be taking after your father as he was involved in the community before you. I'm sure this is a big responsibility but been the second eldest son, you know a lot about responsibility and you are probably going to shine in this. Well done John-David

    from Orla Walsh in Ireland

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  16. Congratulations, John-David!! God bless!

    Georgia

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  17. Nice Job Duggar. I live in Washington County!!

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  18. Thank you John-David for being such a good example to the world. For following Gods and your parents example. May you always follow Jesus!

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  19. Congrats, John David! I'm sure you'll be great!

    Folks, please pray for Jen Fulwiler, a wonderful Christian mom who's been married nine years and is pregnant with her 6th child. She has developed pulmonary embolisms in both lungs, and it's a very dangerous situation. She is not having surgery due to her pregnancy.

    Jen is a former atheist with a popular blog (http://www.conversiondiary.com)

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  20. Congratulations! Is this a paying job or a position that could lead to something bigger?

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  21. Congrats John David.....so happy to hear this! Now would Jana be able to take this job also if she was/is interested?




















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  22. Woot Woot John David! You'll do fantastic!

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  23. Good for him! Congrats, John-David. I know your whole family is very proud of you!

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  24. Good for him! Congrats, John-David. I know your whole family is very proud of you!

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  25. Congratulations John-David !

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  26. Keeping the peace sounds like a worthy job to have, congratulations! Howe er, I agree with anonymous on the swearing issue. The Bible says we should not swear but let our yes be yes and no be no. I wonder if john david had a problem with being "sworn in"?

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  27. Interesting... police careers don't require post-secondary education down there in Arkansas?

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  28. @Anonymous

    I'm confused, what is in the bible that is against being a peace officer?

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  29. Congratulations John-David.

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