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Alan Robertson of 'Duck Dynasty' to speak at OC

Alan Robertson
Alan Robertson

Alan Robertson, one of the stars of the A&E hit reality TV show "Duck Dynasty," will give the keynote message at Oklahoma Christian University's 65th annual OC Lectureship on Sunday at the school, 2501 E Memorial Road.

Robertson is the oldest son of Duck Commander Phil Robertson and his wife Kay. He's often called the "beardless one" because of his clean-shaven appearance among the other men of "Duck Dynasty."

A minister for 22 years at White's Ferry Road Church of Christ in West Monroe, La., Alan Robertson will help OC kick off this year's lectureship series that will continue through Tuesday, Oct. 6.

Robertson has authored or co-authored the “Duck Commander Devotional,” “Everything’s Better with a Beard,” “The Duck Commander Faith and Family Bible,” and “A New Season.” Written with his wife Lisa, “A New Season,” released in January, is about their life and marriage, and teaches how to overcome deep hurt and pain in relationships.

The OC Lectureship features more than 40 speakers, concerts and other special events. This year’s theme is “Opening Acts” and the key scripture is Acts 1:8 -- “You shall be my witnesses.”

The lectureship series will include OC’s Fall Grand Concert at 2 p.m.  Sunday. Worship will be led by Acapella Ministries founder Keith Lancaster at 6:20 p.m., followed by Robertson's keynote presentation. The contemporary Christian group Acappella will perform in concert at 8:15 p.m.  The activities will take place in Hardeman Auditorium at OC.

For more information about lectureship sessions, go to www.oc.edu/lectureship or call 425-5141.

Posted by Carla Hinton

Religion Editor 

Carla Hinton

Carla Hinton, an Oklahoma City native, joined The Oklahoman in 1986 as a National Society of Newspaper Editors minority intern. She began reporting full-time for The Oklahoman two years later and has served as a beat writer covering a wide... Read more ›

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