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Sadie Robertson calls on Christians to be bold in living out their faith

(YouTube/Sadie Robertson)Sadie Robertson appears in a video from her YouTube channel.

Sadie Robertson, of Duck Dynasty fame, has urged Christians to be bold in sharing the life that they have in Christ, instead of compromising with the world.

Robertson, who is currently taking part in the Winter Jam Tour as a guest speaker, wanted Christians to know that they are the ones who have the "great life," and they get to experience "perfect love, joy, peace and goodness."

"I don't understand why we always say we're a Christian but we can still have fun with the world. And we try to prove ourselves to others that we can still be a Christian and do the things of the world. But in fact, what we should be doing is saying 'I am a Christian, why don't you come over here and join me?'" Robertson told The Christian Post, echoing a statement from her mentor, Pastor Louie Giglio.

Robertson said that she once found it hard to boldly talk to unbelievers, but she has become bolder this new year due to her involvement in Winter Jam.

Her first participation in the tour was a 10-day stint on its west coast dates in 2015. Now, she is joining the tour for three months to preach to thousands of people from across the U.S.

In the Winter Jam in Tampa Florida, Robertson shared a modern take on the story of David and Goliath to an audience of 20,000. She hopes that the story would encourage others to look inward.

The reality star noted that while she is out in the world doing things in the spotlight, she said she will never forget that "Jesus is always brighter" than any spotlight shining on her.

Robertson stressed the importance of having positive role models in life. She revealed that some of her role models include her mother, grandmother and great-grandmother.

Robertson said that being part of Winter Jam is one of the greatest experiences in her life, and "there's nothing like it." She has joined the likes of Crowder, Tenth Ave North, Colton Dixon, Britt Nicole, Thousand Foot Krutch, Sarah Reeves, Steve Malcolm, NewSong and others as part of this year's line up.

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