19 Kids and Preaching

DVD Release: October 14, 2014
19 Kids and Preaching


If you follow the famous Duggar family, you’ve no doubt enjoyed watching them throughout their many adventures. From shopping and preparing meals, to traveling and skydiving, with a family this big it’s always life at the extremes. But you’ve never seen them do anything as exciting as this: open-air preaching! Join TV host and bestselling author Ray Comfort as he offers tips on how to preach the gospel and then watch as Joshua Duggar takes courage, steps up to the plate and preaches open-air style—outside the White House! Listen as Jim Bob and Michelle unashamedly testify to their Christian faith in the open air at a local university. This up-close and personal look at the Duggar family’s faith in action will encourage and inspire you.

Dove Review

“19 Kids and Preaching” is a terrific, inspirational documentary about the Duggar family and Ray Comfort, and their taking the gospel to the open air and into the streets. The Duggar family is well known thanks to their TV show, and they have often been mentioned as an example of a loving family that places Christ at the center of their lives.

In this film they share the gospel with others, as does Ray Comfort, who asks various people on the street if they have ever lied, stolen, or broken any of the Ten Commandments. He makes the point that all have sinned and everyone needs a Savior, then shares the gospel. This remarkable documentary will inspire many people to reach out to others in faith. We are pleased to award “19 Kids and Preaching” our Faith Friendly Seal for all ages. We want to note that it is not intended for very young children.

Content Description

Sex: None
Language: H (as a place)-12; a few words used by a man are "bleeped" out.
Violence: None
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: One man is a bit confrontational and wants to know what God Ray Comfort is referring to; abortion is mentioned as one man shares he was almost aborted by his mother.


Company: Living Waters Publications
Director: Eddie Roman
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 30 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter