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DinglyDoll

The Grab Family

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I just heard about another fundy family in Texas who have 18 kids. Mr. Grab is a pastor purportedly recommended by Steven Anderson, although I couldn't find any reference on Anderson's website in just a quick skim. Anyone ever heard about them?

http://newson.us/ctx-couple-welcomes-home-18th-child/?utm_content=bufferadf89&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

 

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I wonder if they have a blog. That might be a new fundy rabbit hole to fall down, although there are plenty to explore already.

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19 minutes ago, Bethella said:

From the Church website: "In a time where preachers are compromising and afraid to preach it straight, our pastor stands firm on the unchanging Truth!"

Yep, fundies.

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Their social media links are just links to the social media sites, and not individual accounts. Too bad.

 

And she even looks like a younger version of Michelle Duggar!

Edited by keen23
because I forgot my chain of thought.
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I see a lot of linguistic consistencies between the Grabs and other families discussed here: calling it the "buddy system," referring to children as "blessings" almost synonymously, putting emphasis on being "taught a lot about relationships" (to quote eldest Anna Grace, which made me think of this). Add in the girls' curled hair, homeschooling, and (admittedly nifty) musical education and I can't believe that this sort of family structure could ever be seen as a non-Gothard offshoot.

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