Last month Josh Duggar released a statement, revealing that he had been unfaithful to his wife Anna and that he had become secretly addicted to “viewing pornography on the Internet,” a revelation that has since been removed.
The 19 Kids and Counting star’s edited statement on the Duggar family's official website now has no mention of watching pornography.
Pastor Crawford later compared pornography to football, saying that Satan has a “playbook” and“the word of God helps us to know the playbook.”
"We're for healing. We're for forgiveness,” he said. “There is no judgment here."
That message of forgiveness is being preached to Josh’s wife Anna by members of the Duggar family, a source close to the situation tells ET. Anna, who was in good spirits, was seen waving and smiling to churchgoers, while staying near her four children.
Derick and Jill Dillard, back from Central America, were present with their son Israel. They also received special notice from a second pastor, who brought them onstage and asked the congregation to pray for their work in Central America.
The Duggar clan were the last to leave the church after spending significant time onstage taking photos and chatting with congregation members. Jessa and Ben Seewald were not in attendance.