Nov
15
2009

Quiverfull: Photo Journalist Story on the Jeubs

Rick Wilking works for Reuters as a photo journalist. He was there with CBS during the shooting of the “Born to Breed” episode. You’ll see a lot of the same shots that was on the show, but Rick captured the moment to a tee. Check out this video, posted in July…

Quiverfull from Rick Wilking on Vimeo.

About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.

  • Barbi

    BEAUTIFUL!!! Glory to God!!! You are truly an inspiration to us all!

    With much love from ~
    The Schaefer Family (only 8 of us)
    Coeur d’Alene, Idaho

  • Sheri Lorenz

    What a beautiful representation of your family. I pray that the Father of all fathers would richly bless you more than you ever dreamed to ask!

    The Lorenz Family
    Mckinney, TX

  • Julie

    Thank you for sharing this. It is an encouragement.

  • Marcy Smith

    Just loved it!!!!!!

  • Mollie

    love it! could lisen and watch it over and over again. The concept few people understand,but you Jeub’s bring light to it! Something God has spoken much about to my heart over these past years of my marriage. My goal and hearts desire is to be on the same page in this area with my husband.

  • http://thepinkslippers.blogspot.com/ Wendy

    It’s good to share what Quiver full really means. And that God having control over your family really means GOD CONTROLS IT!
    Wendy
    Mommy to seven and very happy about it.

  • http://thesousabrownfamily.blogspot.com/ Jenny

    Beautiful children, you have been Blessed.

  • http://simplelivingak.wordpress.com/category/quiverfull/ Jason and Anna Wilkinson

    Thanks for posting this. We loved it, and like the singing too. :)
    Blessings from all of us,
    Quiverful in Alaska
    The Wilkinson Tribe

  • cyndi

    Great. Thanks for sharing this. What an inspiration your family is.

  • Marble Family

    Loved it – beautiful! You’re an encouragement and shining example of God’s design! Thank you.
    Marble family in Montana
    Parents to 10, and praying for more

  • Christena

    As a home educating and quiver full Christian family also. I can say we certainly need more exposure like this. I”m glad you allowed your family this experience. I”m sure it plants seeds in the hearts of all who view it. AS a mother of eight living children and a couple losses in there as well. Sometimes it is our faith alone that keeps us going. Thank you for sharing and lifting your family up to the Father. It blessed me to watch that!

    Christena

  • http://ramblingtheoldpaths.blogspot.com kerri

    That’s a beautiful, joyful video. I love it. We have 10 so far. I always tell the young moms I know who are on their third or fourth that it will get harder for a little while, but then it gets easier and encourage them to continue on. I’m so thankful for the one friend I had who did that for me when all my older ones were little.
    It is good for the world to see us not only welcoming our little ones when they are babies, but also enjoying and fellow-shipping when they are teens. You have been a good example of this. Lord bless you all.

  • http://www.ourfruitfulharvest.blogspot.com Fruitful Harvest

    Amen!
    Great video!
    We too are a Quiverful family!
    My blog is The Garden Gate! Come say hi sometime!

    Blessings,
    Georgiann

  • Krystal

    I just want to say I love your family and enjoy reading your blogs! I have been blessed with two sons and hope for more! thanks for all you do!
    Krystal

  • Laryssa

    How wonderful! You are so blessed to have such a beautiful family. I have so longed to have more…but we can’t. Thank you for sharing this; I now realize our quiverfull is 5! ๐Ÿ˜€ Blessings from Missouri.

    The Krauss family

    • Lauren

      Hi Laryssa,

      This is somewhat out of the blue, I realize. I’m a journalist looking for a Quiverfull family in Missouri to profile for a magazine story. Any chance you might be willing to chat? We could start totally off the record, just to see if you’re comfortable, and if you want to proceed, then we could discuss setting up an interview.

      Best regards,
      Lauren

      laurenosandler@gmail.com

  • Stephanie

    What a blessing!