Sadie Robertson Huff and Korie Robertson
In this episode, Sadie Robertson Huff and Korie Robertson join the podcast.
Sadie Robertson Huff is a New York Times best-selling author, speaker and encourager, Sadie Huff is on a mission to reach her generation with the message of Jesus. Her ministry, Live Original, is a community of sisters and friends inspiring people to find their purpose and live with originality. Huff is the host of the popular podcast WHOA That’s Good, which continues to reach millions of listeners around the world. She is the creator of LO Sister, an app for women that fosters a space for growing deeper in faith and sisterhood. Sadie recently released her new book Who Are You Following? Pursuing Jesus in a Social Media Obsessed World, and is also the author of Live, Live Fearless and Live Original. Sadie and her husband Christian live in West Monroe, Louisiana with their daughter, Honey, and fur baby, Cabo.
Korie Robertson is a New York Times best-selling author, star of A&E’s Duck Dynasty and most recently At Home with the Robertson’s on Facebook Watch. She works in the family business Duck Commander, and is co-owner of Tread Lively Productions working to produce more hopeful, faith and family friendly entertainment through podcasting, film and reality and scripted television.
Korie is passionate about following Jesus, motherhood, adoption, caring for children and strengthening families around the world. She also enjoys travel, tennis, books and teaching art in the summer at Camp ChYo-Ca. Korie loves doing life with her husband, Willie, their six children and five grandkids in their hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana.
Writing credits include: The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family, and Ducks Built a Dynasty, Duck Commander Devotions for Kids, and Strong and Kind: Raising Kids of Character.
Herbie Newell is the President & Executive Director of Lifeline Children’s Services and its ministry arms.
Rick Morton is the Vice President of Engagement at Lifeline Children’s Services.
Many churches dedicate a Sunday to advocating and raise awareness for the needs of orphans worldwide. Although churches can choose any Sunday during the year, the designated day for Orphan Sunday this year is November 13. Lifeline has created a resource page full of free videos, slides, handouts, prayer card, sample sermons, small group guides and more. Partner with us to speak up for the voiceless and defend orphans and vulnerable children around the world. Get more information or request a Lifeline speaker for your church at lifelinechild.org/orphan-sunday.
LIFELINE CHILDREN’S SERVICES
The mission of Lifeline Children’s Services is to equip the Body of Christ to manifest the gospel to vulnerable children. Our vision is for vulnerable children and their communities to be transformed by the gospel and to make disciples.