The Women of Duck Commander: From Heart to Home


I bought the book sitting on our nightstand for my husband at Christmas, the one about this family of bearded, Jesus-loving entrepreneurs who have apparently made a {very good} living out of making duck calls and have their own {hugely popular} reality TV show, Duck Dynasty.

I’ll admit it, how lately I’ve spent a couple nights beside my hubby, tucked together beneath the down comforter for our shared time of reading, holding my own intended read down just far enough so I could scan those pages he spends his laughter on.

But what really intrigues me are the women of the clan, these multi-generational women of grace who walk alongside their men of the woods. With matriarch Ms. Kay leading the line, these women are their own dynasty, these difference-makers who allow us to walk with them as they daily live out their faith.

From engaging in intimate coffee talk in their kitchens to somehow connecting in community with millions of fans, these women are about authentic relationship. And I don’t think it’s because authenticity is the latest catch-phrase; I think it’s simply the way they do life.

Here’s the exciting thing: these gals are joining another family member,  Christian author, speaker and radio host, Dr. Joneal S. Kirby, for a new Christian Women’s Conference that wants to teach us how to do the same.

Women of Duck Commander

On February February 6 and 7, 2015, Heart to Home Conference, will feature the Women of Duck Commander. The event takes place in Monroe, LA, the home of all things Duck Dynasty. Joneal

The inaugural Heart to Home Conference, hosted by Heart to Home Ministry and Mason Jar Productions, will feature the Women of Duck Commander alongside founder Dr. Joneal Kirby and other national speakers on Feb. 6-7, 2015.

The principles of Heart to Home will be taught for the first time on a national stage at the inaugural Christian women’s conference to encourage women in their relationships, which in turn will strengthen their families, thr parenting and their walk with God.

Joining the Robertson women and Kirby will be Jase Robertson, Mary Beth Chapman and Emily Chapman Richards from Show Hope, John Rosemond, Dr. Jared Pingleton from Focus on the Family, Mia Robertson of the Mia Moo Foundation, Tammy Daughtry of Co-parenting International, Jean Thomason/Miss Patty Cake, Shellie Tomlinson of All Things Southern, Pat Domangue, Linda Trimble, Jana Jackson, Leslie Fullmer, Josh Kirby, Trent Langhofer and Jenny Remsberg of It’s a Mom Thing.

Tracey Eyster, Creator and Host of will serve as emcee. The conference will include praise and worship, authentic connections, powerful Bible teaching to equip women in all walks of life, moving testimonies from both women and men, and ways that generational mentoring can bring positive change in women’s lives.

 The Women of Duck Commander – Kay Robertson, Missy Robertson, Korie Robertson, Jessica Robertson, Lisa Robertson, and Mia Robertson – have all been involved in and influenced by the ministry and principles of Heart to Home. They will be speaking in various sessions sharing their stories and how generational mentoring has impacted each of them in their marriages, families, and homes.

Ticket information is available at Heart to Home Conference will also be available to churches and individuals around the world via simulcast.

If you could personally connect with one of the ladies of Duck Dynasty,
who would you choose and what would you ask her?
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2 thoughts on “The Women of Duck Commander: From Heart to Home

  1. I am a widow. I am posting to ask if there will be a speaker for those of us Who are a parent of an adult child, grandchildren, and trying to re-arrange our lives to accommodate a reinvention of ourselves and still remain mother and grandmother? The delicate balancing act of Godky grief.

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