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The Mary Marantz Show

Sep 26, 2023

Do you ever feel like you missed your shot? Like somewhere along the way you took the wrong turn or missed an opportunity that couldn’t be corrected? 

In many ways, Willie and Korie Robertson’s story should have been finished before it even started. 

Willie’s father, Phil, was in the throes of mental health struggles and addiction, with a wife and growing family. Phil would face a life changing journey trying to reconcile who he had become and who he was made to be. 

If you feel like you cannot move beyond your past or that the vision for your life has been deferred, this conversation is for you! Join Willie, Korie, and Mary as they dive into the healing that can come through storytelling and what it really means to experience freedom in Christ. 

Tune into today’s episode to hear, 

  • Why we need to be curious about other’s stories
  • The saving power of the blood of Christ
  • How our muddiest stories can become foundations for generations to come


The reality is, even in all we have experienced, we only have a finite view of our lives. 

So friend, don’t lose yourself in what is missing or what could have been but live into the unfinished possibility of your life. 

Because no matter where you have been and where you are going, your story will never be wasted.


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More About Willie & Korie: Willie Robertson is the CEO of Duck Commander and Buck Commander and star of A&E’s "Duck Dynasty." Robertson has expanded his family companies from a living room operation to a multi-million-dollar enterprise and destination for all things outdoors. He is the executive producer of A&E’s "Duck Dynasty" and "Buck Commander" on the Outdoor Channel, as well as a New York Times best-selling author of "The Duck Commander Family: How Faith, Family and Ducks Built a Dynasty," "American Hunter," "American Fisherman," and "American Entrepreneur."