During a recent appearance on a Christian podcast, “Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson said that people from all over the country have traveled to his hometown of West Monroe, Louisiana so that they could be baptized by the outspoken Christian activist.
The 74-year-old Robertson, the founder of Duck Commander duck calls, appeared on the “Edifi With Billy Hallowell” podcast Saturday to discuss his new book, Jesus Politics: How to Win Back the Soul of America.
Robertson and Hallowell discussed current events as well as Robertson’s “Unashamed” podcast. Robertson explained the premise of his podcast to the Pure Flix journalist.
“We’re reaching out to our neighbor and we’re telling him to love their God, repent and turn to God,” Robertson said. “Love God and love your neighbor.”
According to the reality television star, his podcast has had quite an impact. He said many listeners have gone to great lengths to embrace his call to affirm Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior.
“We convert them by the thousands,” Robertson proclaimed. “They’re coming from that podcast … about nine or maybe 10 in the last three days. They’ve come all the way down here.”
“I’ve baptized that whole little crew,” he continued. “Well, it’s that way every … day or two. I mean, they just keep coming.”
In addition to baptizing a multitude of his listeners, Robertson explained that he has also offered to baptize President Donald Trump.