By Jase Robertson
The nearer we glance on the Robertson family members, the extra we find the substance and authenticity under the outside of those famous television characters. during this enlightening e-book, Jase Robertson offers us a deep glance at the back of his funnyman external. as well as tales of lifestyles within the Robertson kinfolk and epic stories of looking of every kind, readers gets an within examine Jase’s own religion within the author of the outside he so dearly loves:
“My first innovations approximately God got here in a duck blind as I gazed upon the variety and wonder of production. there's not anything in nature that may be reproduced or equaled via people. None of our pcs, microchips, or mobile phones can reproduction what God has positioned forth. Viewing the main points of this brilliant earth is best than any sermon from any preacher i've got heard concerning the facts of God.”
More than a behind-the-scenes examine this liked Duck Dynasty personality, readers may be encouraged and inspired to enforce Jase’s “good name” reflections on religion, kin, and bird into their very own lives.
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Oh yeah, and we consistently pray together, whether the camera is on or off. From the very beginning of Duck Dynasty, my family decided not to compromise our faith, to stick together no matter what, and to preserve our hunting seasons. This has not always been easy. There have been many trials that have accompanied the notoriety that comes along with having a top-rated TV show. Perhaps the most notable revolved around comments my dad made in an interview that created national attention and quite the media frenzy.
I’d never seen my dad so happy. Even at such a young age, I could sense that things were different. I’d just been reintroduced to my new born-again father, and I felt the fear and chaos of my childhood had somehow taken a turn for the better. Sure, there were a few hiccups along the way, but my father was a changed man. The move to the Ouachita River was the biggest moment of my life because it reconnected me to my father through hunting and fishing. I took up hunting and fishing more than my brothers, so I think there was even more of a connection between my dad and me.
After my dad started making duck calls, he’d leave town for a few days, driving all over Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Texas trying to sell them. He left me in charge of the fishing operation. I was only a teenager, but it was my responsibility to check almost eighty hoop nets three times a week. Looking back now, it was pretty dangerous work for a teenager on the river, especially since I’d never done it alone. If you fell out of the boat and into the river, chances were you might drown if something went wrong and you were alone.