BENEFITTING

Global Samaritan Resources

collects surplus goods of all kinds – medical and school supplies, tools and equipment, household goods, furniture and more – and shares them with people in need around the world. Since 1999, GSR has provided millions of dollars of humanitarian aid, water purification systems and disaster relief to people in 30 nations on five continents. It partners with individuals, families, businesses, corporations, schools and churches who generously donate to share God’s love with others.

Abilene Christian Schools

is an accredited Pre-K through 12th-grade college preparatory school. For more than 100 years, ACS has consistently achieved academic excellence by providing quality education in a Christ-centered atmosphere. It focuses on producing graduates with a strong Christian faith who are prepared to succeed academically, excel in life and live eternally.

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Abilene Christian University

is the premier university for the education of Christ-centered global leaders, offering an exceptional education each year to about 4,400 students from more than 40 nations. Founded in 1906 in Abilene, Texas, it offers 71 baccalaureate majors in more than 125 areas of undergraduate study, in addition to its graduate programs. ACU is annually recognized by U.S. News & World Report, Forbes and The Princeton Review as one of America’s best colleges.

SPEAKERS

Uncle Si

Silas “Uncle Si” Robertson, the youngest brother of Phil Robertson, can be seen on almost every Duckmen DVD as well as the “Duck Dynasty” TV show. He has worked and hunted for Duck/Buck Commander since retiring from the Army in 1993. Si spends his time making reeds for duck calls when he’s not helping Phil prepare for the next duck season, or sipping iced tea in a blind. He lives in West Monroe, La., with his wife, Christine, and recently published his first book, Si-cology 1.

Alan Robertson

Alan Robertson is the oldest son of Phil and Kay Robertson. He grew up hunting and fishing on Robertson land and helping his dad build the family business in the 1970s and ’80s. He traveled across Louisiana and Arkansas selling duck calls, explaining to customers: “These calls are the best ’cause they sound just like a duck!” He served as full-time minister to the White’s Ferry Church of Christ in West Monroe for 22 years, and joined the “Duck Dynasty” show in Season 4. He is married to Lisa.

Lisa Robertson

Lisa Robertson has been married 29 years to Alan, the oldest son of Phil and Kay. They have two daughters, Anna and Alex. Anna works for Duck Commander and Alex will soon be opening a food truck outside the company’s headquarters in West Monroe. She’s named it Willie’s Duck Diner, after her uncle, Willie Robertson. Lisa and Alan live in Calhoun, La., and joined the “Duck Dynasty” show in Season 4 following more than two decades of ministry to the White’s Ferry Church of Christ in West Monroe.

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