Duck Dynasty are a large close-knit family. Unfortunately, they have been struck by tragedy as they lost one family member to cancer recently. The way they handled his passing was just heartwarming…
Most of the members of Duck Dynasty live very closely together in a cul-de-sac that is called “Robertson Row”. Missy has written on her blog:
“Out of eight homes on our little street, the four Robertson brothers live in four of them. The other four are filled with either extended family or good friends.”
In one of the homes live Korie Robertson’s parents, Chrys and John Howard. Korie is married to the CEO of Duck Commander, Willie Robertson. Korie and Willie met at a summer camp called Camp Ch-To-Ca.
Chrys took it to Instagram to ask for prayers after a family member passed. She wrote:
“This past week one of my cousins lost his battle with cancer and gained his heavenly reward.
Let’s all just slow it down a bit and write down what we’ve learned about God. Then tell someone else. Thank you, Glenn Durham, for fearlessly doing that your whole life.”
Monday Hug: This past week one of my cousins lost his battle with cancer and gained his heavenly reward. He was a devoted servant of God who spend his adult years preaching the gospel. His sister shared that on his death bed while listening to a sermon on the computer he, with eyes closed, gently motioned for a pen. With pen in hand, he slowly moved it around as if he were taking notes. You see, up until he took his last breathe, he was learning about God and thinking of sharing that knowledge with others. What a precious example for all of us. Let's all just slow it down a bit and write down what we've learned about God. Then tell someone else. Thank you, Glenn Durham, for fearlessly doing that your whole life. Hugs, Chrys (2-mama) photo cred to his son @bwdurham @a.mom.thing
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