Life is busy for Sadie Robertson of the hit A&E reality show "Duck Dynasty": the 17 year old model recently reunited with her former "Dancing with the Stars" team, including Mark Ballas, in New Orleans, shortly after leading an all-girls Bible study for close friends and family.
The DWTS group, famously known as "Team QuackAttack" enjoyed seafood at Deanie's with Sadie's entire family, according to the 17 year old model's Instagram account.
"AMAZING performance tonight by EVERYONE! so proud of them & their hard work. it was great to get to see the Dwts family. #teamquackattack????1.28.15," Sadie captioned a photo of the group.
Ballas also expressed his excitement at the reunion, sharing a photo of the team along with the caption, "Trouble in the streets of #NEWORLEANS with my second fam @legitsadierob @bosshogswife @rebeccalorobertson."
He added later on, "It's rare you see me cheesin full smile in pictures. But when I do it's usually cos @legitsadierob be makin me laugh.. Loved seein my #teamquackattack partner last night #DWTSLiveTour."
Sadie's 'second dad" and DWTS winner Alfonso Ribeiro also got the chance to catch up with the "Duck Dynasty" star, tweeting, "It was so great to see @legitsadierob tonight at #dwtslivetour I miss seeing her everyday."
A week earlier, the young Robertson shared an Instagram photo of small group of six girls who gathered with their Bibles to discuss Scripture. Surrounded by candy and colored markers, Robertson and the rest of the group focused on Mark 12:31's command: Love thy neighbor
"Great bible study with great people. I encourage you to make something special for someone who is special to you. Let them know how much you appreciate them. Pass on love. Love your neighbor as yourself. Love is contagious. You never know how much a little thing can encourage someone," Sadie wrote under the photo.
Included in the Bible study was Sadie's older sister, Rebecca Lo Robertson, a Taiwanese student who was adopted by Willie and Korie Robertson, and her future sister-in-law Mary Kate McEacharn, who is engaged to her brother John Luke Robertson.
In the meantime, the rest of the "Duck" clan, including Sadie's grandfather, Phil Robertson, his brother Si, and his sons Willie, Jase and Alan, are gearing up for the premiere of the "Duck Commander musical, which is headed to Las Vegas.
The musical is based on Willie and Korie's book detailing their rags-to-riches story, "The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built a Dynasty," and will reflect the strong Christian values of the family.
"It's about redemption," Willie recently explained, according to Fox. "It's about all these decisions we had to make in our life and overcoming and ending up being on TV and all that. It's a great story and it's pretty powerful."
"Duck Dynasty" will will enter its eighth season on A&E later this year.