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Rev. Alan Robertson

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Background Information

Employment History

Financial Services Specialist

Regions Financial Corporation

Assistant Pastor

LifePoint Church of Ruston

Wastewater Collection Superintendent

City of Chandler, Arizona

Accounts Payable Clerk

Motorcycle Tires and Accessories

Member, Family Business

Duck Commander Company

New Haven Pastor

New Haven Seventh-day Adventist Church


associate’s degree

White’s Ferry Road School of Biblical Studies



Sunset International Bible Institute

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Duck Dynasty's Alan Robertson: God Has Designed the Best Way to Have a Sexual Relationship - It Doesn't Include Gay Marriage (Interview)

Alan Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" fame joins David and Jason Benham and Charles McVety, president of Canada Christian College, in a panel discussion moderated by Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council, titled, "Defending Free Speech: Our First Amendment Freedoms," at the National Religious Broadcasters' international Christian media convention held in Nashville, Tennessee, on February 26, 2015.
God, by His design, has laid out the best way - mentally, physically and emotionally - to have a sexual relationship, and that doesn't include homosexuality and gay marriage, according to Alan Robertson, a former pastor and eldest son of reality TV star Phil Robertson of "Duck Dynasty" fame.

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Alan Robertson, the "beardless" member of the "Duck Dynasty" reality TV show clan, is preaching at two worship services April 17 at South Main Baptist Church in Greenwood.

Robertson, 51, an ordained pastor and part of the family's successful Duck Commander business, became involved with his family's hit television show on the A&E network during the show's fourth season. He has become more involved in subsequent seasons.
Alan Robertson and wife Lisa, told the Index-Journal in a telephone interview that he worked full time as a pastor for 24 years. Alan was pastor of White's Ferry Road Church in West Monroe, Louisiana. He has been in ministry part time for the past three years, while also working with Duck Commander.
He is the eldest of four sons born to Phil and Kay Robertson. Phil and sons Willie, Jase and Jep, all sport trademark long, full beards, but Alan said he prefers to be clean-shaven or maintain a tidy, trimmed beard during winter.
"I'm a rebel in my family by shaving, bathing regularly and wearing deodorant," Alan said, laughing.
"The crew for the show is really like family after five or so years, but after each season wraps, you wonder if it could be the last one," Alan said. "The show has really been a great platform for our family, which is very spiritually-minded. The show has been a unique opportunity to share that. We never thought it would have become as big as it did."
Alan admits that some of his father's remarks have had a "polarizing effect" and that viewership has diminished.
"Everybody loves you until they get to know you," Alan said, also pointing out that reality TV is not nearly the juggernaut it started out to be. "But, we still have a very passionate fan base."
Alan and Lisa said they spend about half the year traveling to different speaking engagements.
Alan said during his time at South Main, he will touch on the couple's spiritual journey and how redemption can be a saving grace.
Last year, Alan and Lisa published "A New Season," a revealing book about their 30 years of marriage.
Alan said they want other couples facing difficulties to "know that there is hope" if you "trust in something a little bigger than yourself."
"We basically detonated all our own time bombs, because we've told it all, unlike some reality families that have things surface," Alan said.
The couple will have copies of their book available for purchase and signing, as well as a new devotional designed for couples.
South Main Street Baptist Church pastor Tony Frost said the Greenwood church is "committed to transformation... not only to spiritual transformation, but to the economic and social transformation of the community.... Al Robertson's powerful story shows how God can radically save a person, a town and a whole region."
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