'Duck Dynasty' Phil Robertson Testifies to 43,000 People at SoCal 08/27/2013

'Duck Dynasty' Phil Robertson to 43,000 People at SoCal
More than 100,000 people attended SoCal Harvest hearing Pastor Greg Laurie's conversation with "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson, who encouraged Californians to accept God's call.
Laurie also asked Phil about his life before he became a Christian. Phil was in drugs sex and rock and roll, the pastor told the crowd.

"I went for sex, drugs and rock and roll until I was 28 years old," Phil said. "I heard the Good News of Jesus when I was 28, and I decided to make a change in my life. And now, I'm rich and famous," he said.

Phil has authored a book, Happy, Happy, Happy: My Life and Legacy as the Duck Commander. The autobiography chronicles the remarkable life of Phil from early childhood through the founding of a family business.

"Listen, California, you have two problems that you cannot fix… you cannot solve it," Phil told the crowd. "One of them is sin, and we've all sinned. And the second one is physical death. Heart attack, gun shot, car wreck… we are all going to die, all of us are going six feet deep."

The "Duck Dynasty" series revolves around the Robertson family-owned duck call business in Louisiana, Duck Commander, and their strong Christian faith. The company produces duck hunting products, including a duck call. A staggering 11.8 million viewers tuned in to watch the premiere of the fourth season of the series earlier this month to make it the most watched reality show ever on cable television.

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