If you follow the Duggar family, you probably know about their strong Christian values. All of Jim Bob and Michelle’s children were raised with Christian values. This is why they dress modestly, don’t dance, and follow other similar rules.
Once the Duggar kids get married and leave the house, they can do what they want to. So far, it seems like all of them are adhering to those same Christian values. Though some of the children have decided to make a few lifestyle changes, they are still following their parents’ religious beliefs. In Los Angeles, California, Jinger’s husband, Jeremy Vuolo, is attending the Master’s Seminary. In April, John and Abbie shared about the new church they joined.
Jessa Duggar teaches her sons about religion
Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald have three kids together. Their oldest son, Spurgeon, is almost four years old. Next, Henry is two years old. Finally, Ivy is almost four months old. With so many little ones at home, Jessa sure has her hands full. Still, Jessa is making time to teach her kids about religion already.
On Instagram, Jessa shared a video of her two sons singing a hymn together. In her caption, she describes how she made their regular family devotions work. Perhaps the Duggar family did these as well. She writes, “For the past few months we have been trying to do better about having regular family devotions. Sometimes we block out time for it in the morning, and sometimes we do it at night, just before bed.”
Then, she continues, “The boys have loved learning new songs! We sing the same hymn (first verse & chorus) several times a day for a week straight, before moving on to a new song. They pick it up so fast! Usually by the third day, they have it down. It’s been so sweet to hear their little voices singing these song around the house during the day. And when we go to church, Spurgeon has asked ‘Are we going to sing our song today?'”
Later, the Duggar daughter explains that the boys also memorize scripture. She writes, “We have also been doing some scripture memory for a few minutes each day, adding in a new verse every week or so. We add hand motions to the verse, and that helps us all remember. Sometimes we also recite a bit from the Baptist catechism for kids.”
It seems like Spurgeon and Henry enjoy singing hymns and memorizing verses. What do you think of the way Jessa is teaching them? How cute is that video of the boys singing? Leave a comment below!
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