“Duck Dynasty” star Missy Robertson dropped by the Faithwire newsroom on Tuesday alongside her daughter, Mia, and other members of the Robertson family, to discuss their new kids book series as well as a score of other issues, including prayer and the solution to our nation’s deepest woes.
Missy, who recently co-wrote the first two books in the “Princess in Camo” series alongside Mia, explained why the dismissals of prayer that we’ve seen in the wake of recent tragedies have deeply bothered her.
“Those critiques bother me,” she said, adding that she believes “[we] worship a living, active God. He’s not just one sitting on the sidelines, accepting prayer and praise and just sitting back doing nothing. Sadly, most people don’t understand who God really is.”
Watch Robertson break down what she believes would cure America’s painful woes below, beginning around the 10:30 mark:
Duck Dynasty on A&E stars Missy and Mia Robertson are here today to discuss their new "Princess in Camo" series — and more!For more of this interview, sign up for our email newsletter (…it's free):http://faithwire.com/newsletter
Posted by Faithwire on Tuesday, February 27, 2018
The Robertsons are known for their deep Christian faith, with Missy and her husband Jase Robertson frequently discussing how God has sustained them throughout their family’s journey dealing with Mia’s bilateral cleft lip and palate, a condition that has required surgeries — and plenty of prayer along the way.
“Sadly, most people don’t understand who God really is,” Robertson continued. “He’s for us, he’s not against us. He loves us he created us. We’re created in his image.”
When asked about recent tragedies such as the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, Robertson said that she believes the answers to such woes go back to the human heart.
“It’s about peoples’ hearts. Period,” she said. “Jesus is the only one who can change peoples’ hearts.”