Kids get sick. That’s just the way of life, and that does mean that families can’t always get out of the house. But Jill Duggar Dillard is not letting that stop her and her family from attending church. While not in the traditional sense, she makes sure there’s an option available in the home when needed.
The Importance of Faith
It’s not all that surprising that faith remains an important part of Jill Duggar’s life. She was brought up with her strict parents, Jim Bob and Michelle, and follows many of the rules today. Faith is an important part of her life, as well as the life of her husband, Derick Dillard.
However, there are elements that aren’t quite as important. For example, the children get to dress up for Halloween and both parents are open to both of them attending public school. There’s just one element of their lives that is not up for negotiation. It’s all about church.
Jill Duggar’s ‘Kid’s Church’ at Home
Cheat Sheet shared that while Jill can’t make it to church right now, she’s not forgotten about it. Her sons are currently ill, but the whole family sits around the laptop to join in with Sunday Service. Through her Instagram Story, she also shared a little about the “kid’s church” she has set up.
Right now, Jill homeschools her two sons. While they’re open to change in the future, homeschooling works for the family at the moment. Jill told her social media followers that the boys will sit around the laptop and watch missionary videos.
This is the first time the “kid’s church” has been mentioned, but it doesn’t seem like it’s something new. Considering Jill’s upbringing, it’s not surprising that illness is not a reason to miss anything or spend time with daily devotions. There’s a chance that the “kid’s church” will show up again on social media.
You’ll Need to Follow the Dillards on Social Media
While the new season of Counting On is currently airing, many fans have noticed the lack of the Dillards. Jill Duggar Dillard and her family are not part of the recent season due to Derick’s recent transphobic tweets. The whole family gained a huge following during the years of 19 Kids and Counting, so Jill decided to make sure everything about her family is shared on Instagram for those interested in what she and the family are up to next.
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👊🏼💥 We had a blast. We enjoyed dressing up this evening and going out for some family fall fun and Halloween freebies & deals! 👏🏼 • 1st stop was @sonicdrivein for some 50 cent corn dogs. • 2nd stop was to @chipotle for some $4 #booritos 🌯 (And no extra charge for the guac tonight!!👏🏼👏🏼 @daveramsey ) • 3rd stop was to @krispykreme for some free donuts 🍩 (+the hot light was on so they asked us if we wanted the free glazed ones in addition to the free donut of our choice!!) • #familyfun
Some of the updates have caused controversy in the Christian community. One of those was the Halloween costumes that she shared a photo of, considering how Halloween is derived from Samhain, a pagan celebration. However, Jill continues to do what makes her happy.
Counting On airs on TLC on Tuesdays at 9/8c.
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