The Duggar family joins the long list of celebrities that have spoken out following the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas on Sunday night.

On Monday, the Duggar Family’s official Facebook fan page put out a message to fans following the festival shooting which took over 50 lives and injured over 500 others. “Heartbreaking news out of Las Vegas,” the family wrote. The Arkansas brood finished their statement saying they are “praying, praying, praying” for those affected.

Derick Dillard, husband of “Counting On” star Jill Duggar, also posted his own sentiment to Twitter. The father of two took to his account early Monday morning to write he was also praying after the shooting. “Praying for Las Vegas after the horrific tragedy last night,” he posted.

While Jill did not respond, she has since shared a tweet from Senior Pastor of Cross Church in Northwest Arkansas, Ronnie Floyd, on her Twitter account. The message reads, “May the peace of Christ be with all those affected by this horrific act of violence in Las Vegas.”

Fans of the Duggars have since taken to the family’s Facebook statement’s comment section to talk about the shooting, some sharing their own personal experiences, others offering advice to those who want to help and the rest posting words of encouragement. “Donate blood, help concert-goers get to their cars and get their cell phones charges and get some foot and water,” one fan posted.

The shooting took place in Las Vegas on Sunday night at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. The shooter, indentified as Stephen Craig Paddock, acted alone in killing over 50 people and injuring over 500 after opening fire across the street from the event at Mandalay Bay Hotel and Casino.

It has been reported Paddock, 64, shot from the 32nd floor of the hotel, which is located on the Las Vegas strip. Paddock killed himself prior to police entering his hotel room, the Associated Press reports.

Trump announced on Monday morning he would be traveling to Las Vegas on Wednesday to meet with law enforcement, first responders and families affected by the tragedy.

Country singer Jason Alden, who was performing onstage at the festival when the shooting started, has since taken to social media to react. “Tonight has been beyond horrific. I still dont know what to say but wanted to let everyone know that Me and my Crew are safe. My Thoughts and prayers go out to everyone involved tonight. It hurts my heart that this would happen to anyone who was just coming out to enjoy what should have been a fun night,” he posted to Instagram.

Other celebrities, many who were in Las Vegas at the time of the incident, including “Flip of Flop” star Tarek El Moussa and singer/songwriter Trey Songz, have also reacted online.