Sadie Robertson Huff is excited about the upcoming Live Original event, and she passed out kudos to some of the people who helped her put it together.
The Live Original Sisters Conference is set to take place this weekend. Sadie Robertson Huff, author Jennie Allen, and Demi-Leigh Tebow, model and wife of Tim Tebow, are all scheduled to speak at the two-day event this weekend.
Huff wanted to make sure the people who helped organize the event got the credit for their hard work. SThese are the women who work with her as part of the Live Original creative team. They manage includes social media accounts, help produce the Woah That’s Good podcast, the app, and help run the clothing line, among other things.
She introduced the team in a series of Instagram photos. And she also included an inspirational message she gleaned from a familiar Biblical story.
“… Tonight, as we prepared our hearts for this weekend we read the passage where Jesus fed the 5,000. And we were struck by the fact that even though Jesus is the one who performed the miracle of making that much food come from so little — he allowed the disciples to be the ones to pass it out to everyone there that day. It is so amazing that God invites us in to be a part of the miracle moments that He does,” she captioned the photos.
“… I can’t believe our very first conference is this weekend,” she continued. “We had a lot of people tell us we couldn’t do it and shouldn’t do it. But we knew we could do what we could do and God would do the rest and here we are! Thankful for what’s ahead💗”
Sadie Robertson Huff: My Body Doesn’t Define Me
Sadie Robertson Huff said she’s less interested in her body’s flaws and more impressed with what it’s capable of. That’s how the Duck Dynasty daughter responded in a powerful Instagram post to a woman who criticized her for “showing off” her post-pregnancy physique.
The 24-year-old said a woman messaged her recently to scold her for “flaunting” her body. However, Sadie Robertson Huff said that was an unfair accusation. Mostly because, she said, that just because she chooses to focus on the positives in her life doesn’t mean there aren’t struggles, as well.
“… I’ve thought about how I could’ve told her that I didn’t ‘bounce back’ how you may perceive outwardly. I could tell her about parts of me that haven’t healed yet. I could tell her about the bumps that I still have covering half of my body since birth bc of a new allergy triggered by a stressful labor. Or I could’ve told her things my doctor has told me, & the counselor I saw helped me through. I could’ve told her how a lot of things I don’t tell people, but I didn’t.
“… The last year of my life wasn’t about my body changing, but it was about me as a person growing” she continued. “Growing life, growing in love, growing in endurance, growing in consistency, in faith, in hope, growing in many things. I hope those are the things you saw. …”