Friday, May 6, 2022

Jeremy’s Graduation

Hard to believe it has been almost three years since Jinger and Jeremy Vuolo made their big cross-country move from Laredo, Texas, to Los Angeles, California. Big news has just been announced by the Vuolo: Jeremy has completed the Master of Divinity program at The Master’s Seminary. He will be continuing his education in the Doctor of Ministry program. The seminary’s commencement service will be streamed live on the Grace Church website, Sunday, May 8th, at 6pm PT.

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  1. Congrats to him. I wonder what he wants to do after his doctorate??

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    1. Probably be a pastor of a megachurch or a Christian counselor.

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    2. Perhaps he wants to teach?

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    3. Most probably will stay there to teach. They both seem to love living in California.

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    4. Buy sneakers?

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  2. Congratulations to Jeremy. Glad he has completed his Master's to be a pastor and will continue to move on to get his Doctrine. In another few years,he will be known as Dr. Jeremy Vuolo,Dr. of Divinity. While I never have really cared for him going to some fancy Christian seminary in LA when he could of gotten his Master's and then Doctorate from a simple Christian university like Liberty University in Virginia (know a friend who attended there to get his Master's and has been working on and off along with his duties as a pastor of a church to get his Doctrine degree) and taking his wife far away from her family,I have loved some parts of his and Jinger's adventure in LA and Jinger finding her independence in her fashion and life choices opposite the way she grew up in a strict Conservative Christian family. But on the negative side,I don't like how far away she's gotten from her Baptist roots and instead trading it to become a worldly non-denominational Christian. But oh well,at least her parents haven't cut ties with her like they did her sister Jill just because she chose a lifestyle opposite the way she was raised.

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    1. Well, they are going their own paths which means they are not doing what YOU or her parents probably wants her to do. There is a lot I can say about baptist people such as some of them believe once saved, always saved. And not all non-denominational Christians are "worldly".

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  3. Congratulations Jeremy and Jinger. Remember that His ways are not our ways so we must always be in His word to know what He would have us do in every situation. The world has a lot to say, but we must not turn to the right or to the left. I am praying for you all. God bless you.

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    1. 10:17 I struggle to understand what is being said here. Could you re-phrase?

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  4. CONGRAT TO BEN + DERRICK + JEREMY ALL HITTING THE BOOKS!!!!!!!!!! I AM PROUD OF U GUYS!!!!

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  5. I figured they wouldn't be giving up that house.

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  6. Congratulations, to Jeremy!!!!!

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  7. I guess once men of the word are into biblical studies it just never ends.

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  8. Congratulations Jeremy on your graduation!

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  9. Any women in this program?

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    1. Nope, it is an all male seminary

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  10. Congratulations to Jeremy! Also to Jinger and their daughters! So happy for all of them!

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  11. Oh I'm so glad for him. I want to watch but my daughter is getting her Performing Arts degree tomorrow but maybe it will be taped for viewing later.

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    1. Congratulations to your daughter! Kim

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  12. Congratulations Jeremy. Continued success. God Bless.
    Joan,Marion and Marilyn

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  13. Congratulations Jeremy

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  14. Congratulations Jeremy

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  15. Another five years of school?

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    1. Hard to say. At least two or three more years is my guess.

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  16. So very happy for Jeremy and Jinger on Jeremy’s graduation. This is a beautiful journey God has placed in your path. Enjoy every blessed day! Also, best wishes on the new road to your Doctorate Degree. To give your life to Christ is a beautiful thing.🙏

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  17. What local church does Jeremy lead? He seems to be a perpetual student. This is a quote from the website:
    The Ph.D. is a research-based degree that involves research languages, work in the biblical languages, and a dissertation and defense. The goal is that students would contribute in a meaningful way to the ongoing academic conversation. The Ph.D. program is designed to train students who desire to teach and research. This is the highest degree one can attain in biblical scholarship.

    The D.Min. focuses not on current trends in biblical scholarship or the preaching of a fourth century church father (for example), but your preaching. You will still need to research, but it will be research that is aimed to make you a better preacher for your local church. Every assignment will be directed at your personal homiletics in the context of your local church.

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    1. Most people like Jeremy are in the ministry. You go where ever you feel that God is leading you.

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    2. That's quite a narrative. Guess it means something, but I'm not sure WHAT.

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  18. What would be really amazing is if Jinger had equal opportunity to pursue higher Ed or training of some sort 📷

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    1. That's for her to decide.

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    2. Absolutely agree 100%. Hope all the Duggar women would have the chance to take some college courses or pursue learning beyond a ged

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    3. Jinger does have the equal opportunity far as we know. The question is, is that what she wants?

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    4. @2:48 How can you know what you want when all your life you've been told you serve one purpose in the future because you're female in a Duggar family? Look how fast Jill gave up being a (semi-) midwife and Abbie gave up being a (some level) nurse. It's a shame that these girls might "have" an opportunity (in theory) but they don't take it because of expectations put on them by parents and husbands. And then you have situations like Anna got herself into. She can't support herself and her kids. Is that the kind of situation the Duggars want for all their daughters and daughters-in-law? No way to support themselves? That hardly fits their "hard-working" narrative.

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    5. Both Jana and Jinger said they would go to college if they feel that they need it. College is something that cannot be forced like some parents do. Sometimes it takes you being 30 years old before you decide the right career path. Everyone is different. Please re-watch the Duggar show.

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    6. 4:16 PM - How is that when John-David said in a interview on TV that he would support his wife if she decided to go back to her job? Sorry, I take his word over yours since there is no proof to what you are saying unless you know and hangout with them.

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    7. @9:02 I don't listen to talk. I look at actions. Have you seen a working Duggar wife lately?

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  19. Perhaps Jinger is content being a wife and mother. Congrats to Jeremy! Good luck!

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  20. Here's hoping that Jill is enjoying her 31st Birthday!!!!!!!

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  21. Here's hoping that Lauren is enjoying her 23rd Birthday!!!!!!

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  22. Here's hoping that Ben is enjoying his 27th Birthday!!!!!!!!

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