The Duck Dynasty team are a religious bunch whose beliefs are strictly rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ, as is apparent from how much they talk about him.
On Sunday, Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson graced the Family Worship Center in Lakeland, Fla., and was most likely the only person ever to ascend the pulpit in an Argo Amphibious ATV.
He addressed the crowd of more than 3,600 people in the Church, having driven onto the stage in the huge eight-wheeled vehicle from the show.
Family Worship Center Pastor Reggie Scarborough grinned widely as he rode shotgun with Robertson, to the song “A River Will Flow” by David Holmes. For the next half hour Jase Robertson shared a number of anecdotes and stories, much to the delight of the audience.
Robertson strode onto the stage looking his usual self, wearing camouflage pants, a black T-shirt and black cap. He seemed very comfortable addressing the audience via his Madonna style microphone headset, Bible in hand.
He spoke mainly about how Christianity is central to his life and how important it is to him personally: “I am not ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. If God can use me, he can use anybody,” he said.
Florida Today reported yesterday that Jase Robertson has been promoting his new book, Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl, at a number of bookstores in the state.
Clad in his trademark camouflage, Robertson visited Books-A-Million in Viera and was greeted by a capacity crowd.
The Duck Dynasty star posed for photos and shook hands with fans, while signing copies of his new book, at one of three stops he had planned on Sunday in Florida.
It seems that Duck Dynasty knows no bounds when it comes to success, and the American public finds itself more and more captivated with the Robertson family. The fact they are devout Christians, yet with their own unique style, just makes them even more interesting.