Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Duggar Easter Traditions

In the following TLC webisode, Michelle Duggar shares how her family celebrates Easter.


14 comments:

  1. Happy Easter!!!
    ~Brooke~

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  2. Hi! my name is April, love your show a lot! Try to never miss it.....you guys are an inspiration!
    Just watching the episode where you went to Niagara Falls, I am looking forward to seeing the U.S side, I am Canadian if you haven't already I HIGHLY! encourage y'all to check out the Canadian side
    there is nothing like it, it still boggles my how much there is to do there for all ages.........

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  3. Love this page -- we just love their shows and values in our home!! Shelly F.

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  4. Beautiful. Keeping it real. Celebrating what the holiday its truly about. Great family.

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  5. AMEN!! That is a great way to celebrate the Resurrection our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ!

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  6. Happy Easter/Reserrection day..God bless all the readers and especially the entire duggar clan and boyfriends too

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  7. I admire this family. However, I do not see Jessa and Ben as life partners but as friends. She sometimes seems a little standoffish towards him. I do hope I'm wrong!

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  8. I love watching your show every week congrats on courtships and being engaged Jill to the parents I love how are you are raising your kids and it seems they are learning and remembering what you taught them from a child to young adults happy Easter to the Duggar family can't wait to see the next episode that's coming up next week and Erin was looking good on her wedding day thank you for keeping it real every week God bless

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  9. I absolutely LOVE that Michelle can clearly share Christ on a TLC video!!!!! God is using this family for such awesome things!!!! Thank you Duggar family for being willing vessels for the Lord to use for His glory!!!

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  10. Such a great family and i love watching their shows, just wish i didn't live in england since its so hard to watch the new series :(

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  11. Easter is certainly all about Jesus' passion and resurrection, absolutely. But it is quite severe to not have the little kids even know about easter eggs, baskets, and chocolate bunnies.Things can be included. The easter egg symbolized the Lord in the tomb. It has religious significance too. Kids need some fun. Like having no Christmas tree; they can decorate an angel tree, with religious ornaments, etc... It's unnatural not to expose them to the full joy of major holidays. I hope Josh and Anna have a Christmas tree for the kids along with a nativity scene. It is all about Jesus, after all, and one can combine many joyful activities for the little ones. They're too severe, IMO.

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  12. Do they sit down and have a special Easter dinner together? What does that consist of, since they don't eat ham?

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  13. I'm glad the Duggars focus on Jesus instead of bunnies and eggs (which are pagan fertility symbols). Easter is pagan. I don't celebrate "Easter" at all. I celebrate Jesus (Yeshua).

    Also, no one, not even little ones NEED to do activities with dyed eggs, bunnies, and all the other weird things. People need God, Yeshua (Jesus), not 1st world indulgences.

    BTW, they probably do know about the pagan traditions. But their focus is on God. :)

    God bless them!

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  14. @Anonymous Dyed eggs and bunnies are weird?!

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