Dec
07
2012

On Huffington Post

We were on the Huffington Post Live at 11:30am ET. The topic was,

Large families and their impact on culture and the environment.

Watch the show above and let us know what you think in the comment section below.

About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado, with 14 of their 16 children. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.

  • Mary Lou

    You are brave people! I’ll be watching and praying for you.

  • MomInWI

    It looks like it’s going to be in the ‘Fewer Kids, Better World’ option. I see the ‘The Impacts of Large Families’ in the BLOG section, and Chris Jeub’s name there. I’ve never watched Huffington Post Live before. I’m praying all goes well. :o)

  • http://www.chrisjeub.com/ Chris Jeub

    How do you think it went?

  • Karen

    God bless you Chris! Thank you for speaking up for us families who feel the same way. I saw it and you were the only one who seemed genuine and logical. I think you represented our community well! Thank you.

    • http://www.chrisjeub.com/ Chris Jeub

      Thanks Karen! I’m glad you watched it. I’m hoping they invite me back for more of them.

  • P.raab

    Thank you for the connection web on fb. I watched it there and enjoyed it. You did sound most comprehensible to me as well. I had a lot of difficulty understanding the law professor. I appreciated learning about the Chinese population suppression, and the fact that they will not have enough people in the future. That kind of blows my mind……on another note, I watched the video of Wendy making sweet and sour green beans with the kids and LOVED it. I believe that’s sauce I’ve been wanting for the German potato salad from my childhood :-) . Thank you all. I love your beautiful, LARGE family. God bless.

    • Kath

      Have you been to China? Believe me, they have PLENTY of people. Lack of people is not the problem there.

      • http://www.chrisjeub.com/ Chris Jeub

        No offense, Kath, but that’s an ignorant question. I can just as easily say, “Have you been to Alaska?”

  • tereza crump

    They were all full of cr*p. You were the only one that made sense.