While there's no doubt that Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard are doing whatever they can to give back to the community that they are currently living in, fans are just a little confused over Derick's latest Instagram post.
In fact, they are even questioning whether or not the couple is doing the right thing, especially when it comes to funds collected for their ministry program.
Jill and Derick are currently living in Guatemala as part of their missionary work. Derick posted a black-and-white photo of a weekend market, captioning it with, "Jewelry on the display table this weekend made by local women to sell as part of our ministry."
A photo posted by Derick Dillard (@derickdillard) on Jun 5, 2016 at 6:00pm PDT
That's when his Instagram followers couldn't help but wonder if the money earned is going to the community or for their ministry. Many comments include, "By stating that the jewelry made by the women to "sell as part of [your] ministry", do you mean they are selling it to make funds for your ministry? If it's about economic empowerment, shouldn't the funds go back into the pockets of the women and families who made the items?!?!"
Other critics wrote, "How about posting pictures of you two actually doing charity to show the people who donate to you guys what you are actually doing with their money. I don't see you helping people at all," along with, "I hope that the women who make this jewelry are the ones collecting 100% of the profit that they make, even more so, I would hope that Jill and Derrick supplied them with the supplies they needed to make this jewelry free of charge so these ladies have zero overhead."