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'Duck Dynasty' wife to speak in Duluth

Pictured are A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” stars Missy Robertson, left, and her husband, Jase. On Friday, the famed mother stops by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

Pictured are A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” stars Missy Robertson, left, and her husband, Jase. On Friday, the famed mother stops by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

IF YOU GO

• What: Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything”

• When: 5:30 to 10 p.m. Friday, 7:50 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday

• Where: Arena at Gwinnett Center, 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway, Duluth

• Cost: $89 to $109

• For more information: Visit www.gwinnettcenter.com

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Missy Robertson will stop by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center Oct. 25. She will speak about faith, family and ducks.

DULUTH — On A&E’s hit show, “Duck Dynasty,” Missy Robertson is usually trying to keep her husband Jase out of trouble, taking care of the three children and run a productive household.

On Friday, the famed mother stops by the Women of Faith’s “Believe God Can Do Anything” event at the Arena at Gwinnett Center.

“For four seasons, the Robertson family has been proclaiming their faith in Christ through the Duck Dynasty series,” said Lisa Harper, Director of Ministry at Women of Faith. “God has given them a platform to show millions of people who tune into their show the importance of family and faith. They are great role models for Christians nationwide, and we are thrilled to be sharing the stage with them to celebrate our 5 millionth attendee throughout 17 years of ministry.”

With thousands of women anticipated to be in attendance, Robertson will speak about faith, family and ducks.

“Women of Faith makes a point to meet women right where they are and share messages of hope and encouragement with them,” she said. “We are proud to be a part of this celebration of God’s faithfulness through 17 years of ministry.”

Robertson is joined by other speakers on Friday, including Bible teachers Max Lucado and Sheila Walsh, and comedian Mark Lowry.

On Friday evening, award-winning musical artists CeCe Winans and Third Day take the stage. During the event, other speakers include Lisa Harper, Liz Curtis Higgs and Angie Smith.

The event is on Friday and Saturday. Tickets range from $89 to $109. For more information, visit www.gwinnettcenter.com.