Sadie Robertson, who stars on “Duck Dynasty,” is setting yet another example for teenage Christians after spending Valentine’s Day talking about Jesus with her boyfriend over the weekend.
The 17-year-old model is well known for her traditional Christian values after starring on “Duck Dynasty” as well as ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars” where she donned only strictly modest costumes. Today, Robertson is sharing photos and insight to her relationship with the quarterback of a neighboring high school, Blake Coward.
“Jesus talks & pancakes on the roof … best Valentine’s Day of my life with the guy who completes my life,” the reality star posted on Instagram along with two photos of the celebration.
Furthermore, ahead of the photo with Coward, Robertson urged her followers to keep Scripture in mind on Valentine’s Day, capturing John 15:12-13 NIV in a photo.
“Before you get caught up in the craziness of this day of love make sure you remember Gods ultimate love,” the teen wrote in the caption. “It is the greatest love of all & HE will never let you down.”
Robertson and Coward, who recently celebrated the one-year milestone of their relationship, are both from West Monroe, Louisiana, where “Duck Dynasty” is filmed. Coward, who plays football at Madison Academy, met Robertson through classmates who happened to be Robertson’s cousins, and the pair likely bonded over their shared faith.
Marking the first anniversary of their “godly relationship,” Robertson shared a tribute to Coward last month, referring to the teen as an “incredible man of God.” Furthermore, the model has spoken openly about the decision to practice abstinence from sex until marriage.
“Here’s the deal: people are like, ‘It must be easy for you because you’re Christian,'” Robertson explained to the Boston Herald. “That doesn’t make it any easier for me. And it’s something a couple really has to decide together.”
Fortunately for Robertson, Coward is “a great guy who really has a heart searching for God.”
“He’s not perfect but he strives to be, and that’s all I can ask for,” the teen added. “He’s really good at being kind.”
Source: The Christian Post