Quoting Quiverfull: Buy Used and Save the Difference?

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by the Duggar girls, Jill, Jana, Jessa and Jinger Duggar in their book "Growing Up Duggar" page 17 Very interesting in light of the preparations for Jill's recent wedding.  And since our favorite shopping style is frugality, our favorite places to shop are thrift and consignment stores. If you shop there enough (and we go fairly often!) you can find great clothes at great prices. … [Read more...]

From Thrift Shops to Trendy Boutiques: Jill Duggar’s Wedding Dress Search

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by Suzanne Titkemeyer or "How The Duggars Have Changed Very Dramatically Since Fame"Remember all those times when the Duggars said 'why pay retail when you can buy used and save the difference' and poor Anna sewing her wedding dress and all the dresses of the attendants for her wedding and all the tales of fashionable thrift shop finds that the girls always clothe themselves in? It seems that has now been abandoned. Apparently saving money is much less high a priority. … [Read more...]

How I Was Almost Rescued from Abuse

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by Sarah Henderson cross posted from her blog Feminist in Spite of ThemA few months I wrote a post called Navigating the Justice System Part 1: Alone at 9 Years Old. This post is the story of what it was like for me to experience a Children's Aid investigation and a court case, from my perspective as a child. It skips pretty quickly over what the social workers were like and what they did, and I didn't talk very much about the involvement of other agencies and groups. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Loves Having Cameras Around?

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Michelle Duggar from Radar Online - Michelle Duggar's Trials and Tribulations Win Her an Award: #5 Most Fascinating Person in Arkansas “The fact that there’s 19 children that God has blessed us with is unique, very unique,” Michelle said in the award video posted on the Duggar family blog.While she refused to say if she was expecting another child, Michelle said that she loves having cameras film their lives.“We have enjoyed getting to open up our home and our life to share with those around the world.” … [Read more...]

Yes I Buy Ice Cream With My Food Stamps

by Melissa cross posted from her blog Permission To LiveWhen we were on the brink of transition, and facing the prospect of losing our income and home, we spent a lot of time crunching numbers. How much money would we need to survive for 3 months with no income? How about 6 months? We added up the costs for rent, insurance gas and upkeep for our 13 year old van, utilities, our life insurance policies, and diapers. And one of the costs I always included in my calculations was food. … [Read more...]

Eighty Four

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by Mari cross posted from her blog Mari's MusesI’ve been reading a book called Angel Sister. The main family in the story consisted of a husband and wife who were children of men who wanted to control and micromanage them. Their fathers let them know what they were expected to do (beginning with not marrying each other), and when they — as adults — “defied” their fathers, their fathers told them that they were ungrateful and rebellious, and then they told everybody else the same thing. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Why Have Babies?

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by Candice Watters from the Boundless blog and Ladies Against Feminism We live in a world where people take great pains and lots of pills to prevent babies when they don't want them, and spare no expense to get them when they do. According to our culture, babies before you want them are an accident, mistake or crisis — a result of a birth control failure. And if you can't have them naturally when you decide you're ready, … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Bible is All You Need to be Educated?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies -You Don't Have To Be Rich I read this morning in Ecclesiastes 34:13, "Better is a poor and a wise child than an old and foolish king." … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: The Death of the Family?

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posted by Jennie Chancey at Ladies Against Feminism "The Family Economy in Crisis". Originally written by Kevin Swanson for Vision Forum Ministries The family is dying a slow and miserable death in the West. Ultimately, it is a failure of the Christian faith and life that brought about our present … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Significant Financial Contribution?

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From the Prairie Muffin Manifesto Prairie Muffins make significant economic contributions to their households in many ways. They are careful with the hard-earned money that their husbands bring home, wisely weighing expenditures to ensure that they stretch … [Read more...]


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