Tim Tebow and Jase Robertson got their sweat on over the Easter Holiday, behind an ax. Spring Training, Duck Dynasty style, you could say.
Robertson later tweeted about hanging out with his friend Tebow, much to the delight of their fans. He called the work #operationbicep, but it was more likely the two were also prepping for speaking engagements they have lined up.
The 2007 Heisman Trophy winner and current SEC Network reporter, who's still hoping to resume his NFL career, took a break from chopping wood with the television star on Easter Sunday for a photo, before headlining an event to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Ouachita Christian School.
According to the News Star, Robertson introduced Tebow at the event Monday night and played "journalist" through a Q&A session.
"When is the last time you shaved" was the first question Robertson asked.
Tebow flashed a perfect smile as he thought about it. The mutual friendship and admiration between Tebow and Robertson was evident.
Both defined their success in life as coming from their service to God, not their fame.
Jase Robertson commented on how Tebow is likely the most scrutinized over his faith ... "until my father came along," Jase joked, referring to Phil Robertson's comments in GQ Magazine last December.
Tebow admitted that if his life was only about football he would consider it a failure.
"It's what you're willing to do for someone that matters," Tebow said.
The main theme of the night for Tebow was loving Jesus with passion, and letting that run your life.
"I fall short all the time," Tebow said. "But if you focus on Jesus, then you will focus on others around us. If you love God, you will love people."
Both are also scheduled to speak at the 2014 Wildfire "Men's Impact Weekend" Christian conference at the University of South Florida in June that features other sporting heroes like Darryl Strawberry, Drew Brees, Bobby Bowden and other, as well as notable pastors like Joe White and Max Lucado. Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson will also speak at this years conference.