Duck Dynasty stars Al and Lisa Robertson know that forgiving others and yourself is hard--they've been there. But they've also experienced the freedom that comes with choosing mercy. And they want you to find that same freedom. Join Mornings with Eric on Wednesday as Al and Lisa Robertson share a powerful message of the true release we can find when we let go of past pain and hurts and allow forgiveness to set us on a path of peace and redemption.
Musicians and storytellers from five continents and three islands in the Caribbean Sea will all be coming together to share songs and stories on the theme, "Justice for All" in an upcoming event on July 4 at 2 p.m. in Greenacres, FL. Rev. Shawn Allen, the director of the Justice Jazz event will be joining Mornings with Eric on Wednesday to share details about how our South Florida community can take part in this special time of sharing.
Al and Lisa Robertson, former stars of the Duck Dynasty TV show have been married for more than 32 years. Together, they've spoken at marriage retreats and seminars for more than 17 years, coauthored three books, and now travel across the country sharing their story of brokenness, restoration, and healing in their marriage.
Shawn Allen has been serving as the Senior Pastor of Church in the Palms since February, 2016. Shawn is an Adjunct Professor at Palm Beach Atlantic University, and a PhD student at St. Thomas University in Miami. Shawn and his wife, Sara, have been married for 20 years, and are raising three children.
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