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'Duck Dynasty' Star Sadie Robertson Inspires Thousands at 'Live Original' Event In Nashville

( [email protected] ) Sep 17, 2015 12:34 PM EDT
"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson inspired thousands of fans to be confident in who God created them to be during her recent "Live Original" tour in Nashville, Tennessee.
Sadie Robertson is a "Dancing with the Stars" alum as well as a regular on the hit A&E reality show "Duck Dynasty" Facebook/Sadie Robertson

"Duck Dynasty" star Sadie Robertson inspired thousands of fans to be confident in who God created them to be during her recent "Live Original" tour in Nashville, Tennessee.

The event, which was held August 29th at Lipscomb University, featured Sadie, her brother John Luke and his wife Mary Kate, her boyfriend Blake Coward, "The Bachelor" couple Sean and Catherine Lowe, as well as award-winning Christian singing duo For King & Country.

Sadie's friends Max and Bonnie Kate Zoghbi also shared their inspirational tale of their faith following their recent marriage, while YouTube personality Natasha Bure, daughter of Candace Cameron and Valeri Bure, served as a guest speaker.

"In this world it's easy to want to be someone else or want what someone else has but let's make it a movement to just BE YOU! Live original and be confident in who you were made to be!" the 18-year-old model wrote to her 2.2 million followers on her Instagram page after the event.

The inspirational event sold out within days, with over 4,000 people purchasing tickets to hear the "Dancing with the Stars" alum speak.

While no future dates have been announced for Sadie's "Live Original Live" event, she recently told MT10 she hopes to keep traveling and spreading the word of God to everyone that she can.

"I hope that they take away a confidence in God, no longer depending on themselves but to give it up to God because that's what is going to get you really far in life," she said.

The 18-year-old model will also make an appearance on Friday at Liberty University in Virginia to sign copies of her New York Times bestselling book, Live Original: How the Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values.

"My dad nicknamed me 'The Original' when I was five because I used to preach on the table - he'd say, 'Ok, this kid is weird!'" she told Fox and Friends of how her book got its title.

"And I just kind of owned it, I said, 'Yeah, that's me!' So I just spread the message to live original and be confident in the person that God made you."

When asked what she hopes to do in the future, Sadie responded, "I don't really know. Everything that has happened so far has been so God-given...I haven't planned anything, it's just been a blessing. So I'm going to keep going and keep trusting in the Lord!"