Reality TV stars Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard are reportedly excited about the upcoming end of the world.
The Christian couple have been posting pictures of themselves on Instagram while preparing for their future missionary work to convert the "spiritually dead of Central America," and the end of the world, The Hollywood Gossip notes.
Duggar posted a picture on Instagram of Dillard looking at a computer on Oct. 4 with the caption: "My sweet hubby [Dillard] proofing my research paper for my Bible class. He's da best! #latenights #longweekend #messyroom #almostdone #yay."
Dillard wrote this note on another Instagram posting: "I love having a front-row seat to just get a glimpse of how God is going to fulfill Revelation 7:9. I truly believe that we are living in a generation with unique opportunities that God is using to usher in the Kingdom of Heaven quicker than any of us may realize."
The book of Revelation in the Bible is about the end of life on Earth and the return of Jesus Christ.
The missionary couple appears on the Duggar family's new TLC show "Counting On," which reportedly recycled old content about Duggar and her sister Jessa's courtships and engagements on a recent "new" episode.
The Hollywood Gossip notes that many Duggar fans voiced their frustration on social media:
--I am TIRED of the walks down memory lane ... especially when some of the walks were within a couple of months.
--If your going to have a tv show show something new.
--People already know the rules of dating and courting for the Duggars.
--Enough with the looking back stuff already.
--If people are still watching at this point, they’ve already seen it all and don’t need to see a whole episode full of it again.
--If you are lacking content so much that you have to drag every little thing out (i.e. dragging the engagement over at least 3 episodes).
One piece of drama that has been unfolding on social media is Ben Seewald, who is married to Jessa.
Seewald recently supported Colin Kaepernick, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback who has been kneeling during the national anthem at football games, on social media, reported The Hollywood Gossip.
Seewald also reweeted Christian leader Russell Moore who tweeted on Sept. 20: "Grieved to hear about [Terrence Crutcher]. Another life lost. Another community traumatized. This situation has to change."
A possible influence on Seewald may be the rapper Flame, who sings about socially relevant issues. Seewald interviewed Flame for his YouTube channel.