Sadie Robertson says yes to a lot. Speaking, modeling, reality are all her, but there’s one thing she walked away from.
In a conversation with The Times News about Winter Jam, she talked about what she loves most about the Christian tour.
“You can see it,” she said. “When you look out at the crowd — they’re jumping up and down. It’s a celebration of faith.”
She’s said yes to crowds again and again. In 2016, she went on her cross-country Live Original Tour, which was a way for her to “spread her message of positivity and self-confidence to her peers.”
She’s said yes to authorship. She wrote Live Original: How the Duck Commander Keeps It Real and Stays True To Her Values, and it happens to be a New York Times best-seller.
Along with Sadie, other people spreading love on the Winter Jam Tour include recording artists Crowder, Britt Nicole, Tenth Avenue North, Thousand Foot Krutch, just to name a few.
“It’s so good to be a part of this,” Sadie said.
But there’s one thing she’s said no to. One thing she decided to turn away from, to turn her back on.
That ONE thing is FEAR.
“It’s about walking away from fear and stepping into freedom,” she said. “God just paved the way.”
Her goal is to be a good example for others dealing with fear or other insecurities. She plans to do this “by showing them, this is what God can do for you.”
“I would wake up and I was scared,” she said about what her fear was like. “I would go to bed and I was scared. I would go through the day and I was scared, constantly in this state of fear.”
That’s why she’s saying yes to…