Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl

Jase Robertson Mark Schlabach

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Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl

Good Call Reflections on Faith Family and Fowl The straight faced funny man of Duck Dyanasty has a real story to tell Not a repeat of the previous Duck Dynasty books Jase opens up about his personal family life his childhood days with a drunken

  • Title: Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl
  • Author: Jase Robertson Mark Schlabach
  • ISBN: 9781476763538
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The straight faced, funny man of Duck Dyanasty has a real story to tell Not a repeat of the previous Duck Dynasty books, Jase opens up about his personal family life, his childhood days with a drunken father, and how he came to faith.This open book from Jase may surprise some fans who love him for his dry humor and rivalry with younger brother Willie This hilarious, yetThe straight faced, funny man of Duck Dyanasty has a real story to tell Not a repeat of the previous Duck Dynasty books, Jase opens up about his personal family life, his childhood days with a drunken father, and how he came to faith.This open book from Jase may surprise some fans who love him for his dry humor and rivalry with younger brother Willie This hilarious, yet thoughtful book, is structured around lessons of faith in the blind on topics like respect, passion, forgiveness, generosity, humility, kindness, and honesty Chapters discuss the highlights of Jase s memory of the early days with his drunken, disruptive father his high school days and his strong commitment to not be like Phil had been, opting for total abstinence from drinking and sex the moment he forgave Phil for being such a terrible father in his younger days his first hunt with Phil, where he saw an excitement in Phil that he d never seen before his first date with Missy, which was a fake date to make another girl jealous and of course, a chapter on Uncle Si, with stories not told in previous books Other chapters include stories of his brothers, frog hunting and fishing, and his most memorable road trips And finally, Jase shares a chapter on hunting in heaven Here, Jase shares his love for the land and our responsibility to care for it More than a behind the scenes look at this beloved Duck Dynasty character, readers will be inspired and encouraged to implement Jase s lessons from the blind into their own lives.

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    1. Jim on said:

      If you have seen Jase on the Duck Dynasty TV show, this book shows a very different perspective than the sarcastic one seen on the air. It's a quick read, very humorous with lots of stories of life in the Robertson family and many tales about their hunting adventures.He tells stories from his childhood with emphasis on the changes that occurred when his father Phil became a Christian. He also tells about his marriage to his wife Missy, the birth of his three children, and his daughter Mia's chal [...]

    2. Scott Stewart on said:

      This book is not like the other Robertson family books. It is hilarious in the dry way that Jase is known for. I will not provide too many details, so you will want to read it yourself. But I thought the way he started dating his present wife was hilarious. After so many years of wanting to be like his dad, it is refreshing to see he chose his own path because of his faith. This is an easy fast read, and you will find yourself feeling like a part of the Robertson family with all the insight you [...]

    3. Katy Jane on said:

      1. Every Duck Dynasty book challenges me as a Christian and I like that. It makes me reflect on my life and how I can tell others about Jesus and be a good example to others around me.2. This was a good overview of who Jase is and what has made him the man he is today. 3. I got emotional when he talked about his daughter and when he talked about the hunt he went on with the man who was cancer free.4. It was neat to read about how him and Missy started their relationship. And her little additions [...]

    4. John Dobbs on said:

      I like and enjoy watching Duck Dynasty although I'm not part of the hyped-up fan base that has made the show so popular. I'm happy for the Robertsons and the platform they have to spread joy and Jesus. So I expected to like GOOD CALL. But the truth is that I LOVED GOOD CALL! This book gave me a lot of insight into the heart behind the Robertson family. I liked that this book was about Jase's life, not particularly about the show. I was encouraged by the amount of Scripture woven throughout the s [...]

    5. Strawberry Fields on said:

      Out of all the Duck Dynasty books I've read, and I've read them all at this time, this is the one that focuses the MOST on the Lord. Throughout every tale Jase tells, there is a lesson to be learned from the Bible. He relates those stories with ease and a simplicity in understanding the Word that anyone on any spiritual level can understand. I have a new respect for Jase; his convictions and hunger to win souls for Christ. After reading all the Robertson book and watching the show, I feel as if [...]

    6. Stacee on said:

      A quick and often humorous read, Jase's book shows us an entirely different side to the sarcastic one people see on the air. He shares all sorts of stories and it's written in such a way that you can actually hear his voice while reading. I was a bit surprised at just how much religion factors into the Robertson household. I really enjoyed getting the scoop on some things from Missy's POV. All in all, a fairly amusing read. **thanks to Simon & Schuster and Edelweiss for providing the arc in [...]

    7. Lori L (She Treads Softly) on said:

      Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl is a highly recommended collection of stories and observations on faith and his life by Jase Robertson (with Mark Schlabach) of Duck Dynasty fame.Good Call is an obvious choice for those who watch and enjoy Duck Dynasty on A&E. Jase Robertson is the second oldest son and has worked for the family business, Duck Commander, for years. Jase also graduated from Bible college and worked in the ministry. This is his chance to tell some stories (alo [...]

    8. Shelly♥ on said:

      Just about all of the major stars of the Robertson Family on A&E's Duck Dynasty Series have written a book to talk about their life and their journey. We've seen books from Willie, Phil and Uncle Si. Now Jase is getting in on the publishing market, sharing his incredible story of "success" - although not the success we think, even the success that might appear to us on TV.Jase shares his story of faith and eternal goals. From the first page, where he quotes scripture (and quotes it often thr [...]

    9. Aynsley Anderson on said:

      To sum up; the Bible is for realsies, nature is glorious (so hey, let's kill it) and the author has 427 best friends, one of whom is Jesus.

    10. Patrick on said:

      If you mix one part family memoir with two parts redneck bible study and then drop the mixture into West Monroe, Louisiana, this is the book you would get. The evangelical fervor here would be off-putting if it weren't so obviously sincere. Jase Robertson, like everyone else in the Duck Dynasty family, seems blessedly free of any pretensions. He's also an interesting man with a gift for remembering anecdotes, and a life rich enough in experience to supply more than a few of them.The writing styl [...]

    11. Stan Stinson on said:

      Loved it! It was great learning about Jase and his journey in life so far and that journey has his faith as a guiding factor.You will learn about duck hunting, frog hunting, his journey of forgiveness for his father Phil, and his faith, which is very strong and he is able to relate this to everything else he shares. He lives what he believes and many lives have been changed because of it. "Once I became a Christian, I viewed being part of the forgiven as synonymous with being a forgiver. I learn [...]

    12. Brian Shoop on said:

      Loved this book. If you know about the hit TV show Duck Dynasty, than you know about the guys on the show. This book was written by Jase. For me it ranks up there as one of the best books written by the different guys on the show. My 2 favorites, Of all the other Duck Dynasty books is this one by Jase and the one by Si. All of the guys have a strong Christian faith and Jase tells us his stories of his faith, growing up, his family, living the Christian life, and hunting. There are parts that are [...]

    13. Morgan Duplechin on said:

      I wanted to love this book so much. I loved all of the other duck dynasty books so I went into this book assuming I would love it. I loved it at the beginning. I enjoyed reading Jase's stories and many of them made me laugh. Towards the end I got very bored. It felt like he just kept repeating the same exact story over and over again just in different situations and I got VERY tired of hearing about ducks, deer, and frogs. Don't get me wrong it isn't that I have anything against hunting it's jus [...]

    14. Christina on said:

      This book was just ok. In fact, towards the end I just sort of skimmed through it. I really like Jase on Duck Dynasty. I love his wit and his sarcasm. I was expecting a book full of that. What you get, however, is lots and lots of in your face Jesus talk. Over the top Jesus talk he wants to talk about the Gospel and Jesus to EVERYONE he meets (including a crank caller). Anyhoo, if you are the type of person who gladly welcomes Jehovah's witnesses into your home and lets them talk to you about be [...]

    15. Nick S on said:

      This book was great. I loved reading about what God does in Jase's life. He has great stories and surprisingly there's more God than ducks. After reading this, I would definitely say that Jase has become a role model for me and I would recommend it to anyone.

    16. Carol on said:

      I really enjoyed this book. Jase gave us funny and interesting stories while sharing God's word and applying it to the situations he was telling about. I admire the Godly choices he has made since he was a young man, that takes confidence and maturity. Good read.

    17. Alyssa on said:

      FTC Disclaimer: This book was sent to Alyssa for review from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed are those of the reviewer and the reviewer alone. Actual rating: 3.5 (somewhere between it was okay and entertaining.)Much like Si Robertson's memoir, Si-cology 1, Good Call is a reflection on Jase Robertson's life: beginning in his childhood and leaving off in the current day - surrounded by the fame from Duck Dynasty and yet still clinging to his core values. Also [...]

    18. Heather on said:

      At last a book completed but a well read and written book indeed! This book was an amazing read. Jase is very open and well spoken about his life and his spirituality which might take some people by surprise. I know it did me. Jase is not what he appears. You can't judge a book by it's cover nor can you judge a person by their looks as I was reminded about many times reading this book. This book makes you think about parenthood in a different light which makes you feel better about how you deal [...]

    19. Mel on said:

      Jase tells of his early childhood and how difficult it was due to Phil's lifestyle. When Phil changed his life, (accepting Christ as his savior), it also improved the life of his family; making a huge impact on Jase. This book made me laugh, cry, and laugh some more and I even learned something. Jase used to be shy, but going to seminary helped him get over talking in public. Some of the things he shares are very intimate, but he also shares embarrassing things such as getting a ticket for speed [...]

    20. Candielouhoo on said:

      I found myself not being able to put this book down! I have read all the books that have been written by this "family" and by far this was my favorite! It is refreshing to see how Jase takes a no nonsense approach to life and faith and makes no apologies for who he is or what he stands for! I was greatly impressed not just by his faith but by his use of Scripture to back it up! Anyone can talk like he is a Godly man but a true Godly man can tell you from where the WORD he speaks come from!! He l [...]

    21. Caleb Lattin on said:

      This book was one of the most uplifting books I have ever read. This book would really help you get through a hard time. It was very God based and Jason or Jase Robertson told the story of how he and his family came to be Duck Dynasty. It was actually a good autobiography and Jase's story is quite interesting. His early childhood wasn't so great. His dad, Phil Robertson, was a major alcoholic and it was ruining the Robertson family. Phil eventually did come to Jesus and become a better man. You [...]

    22. Logan on said:

      I feel very strongly about this book. Jason's father, Phil drank and did drugs for the first decade that Jase was alive. Other than that his life is pretty fun/funny to read about. One thing I liked reading about in the chapter named "Brothers in Arms" was how his older brother Alan picked on him which I can relate to but Jase had enough, He blew his brother's bad knee out and said "If you and your friends continue to pick on me I will do that every time you turn away. My family has always had a [...]

    23. Brown on said:

      The closer we look at the Robertson family, the more we discover the substance and authenticity below the surface of these well-known TV characters. In this enlightening book, Jase Robertson gives us a deep look behind his funnyman exterior. In addition to stories of life in the Robertson family and epic tales of hunting of all kinds, readers will get an inside look at Jase's personal faith in the Creator of the outdoors he so dearly loves: My first thoughts about God came in a duck blind as I g [...]

    24. Kristin on said:

      This book surprised me. Jase one of my very favorite Robertsons. I love his dry wit. I was expecting it to be hilarious. It wasn't. This book shows a very different seriousd yetspiritual side of Jase Robertson. I was impressed with his testimony and his deep personal faith. I enjoyed learning more about who he is and his own family with Missy. This book isn't as light-hearted as the other Robertson family books. It is heavy on scripture and doctrine. He is preaching God's word throughout. This b [...]

    25. Brittany Perry on said:

      I just love that no matter how true Television is it just doesn't add up to a good old fashioned book or well I guess I should say Biography. Jase Robertson is by far one of my favorite characters second only to uncle Si. And as such I should add that I believe Uncle Si's book was a tad better but that is a biased opinion since he is also my favorite character.This book was a very wonderful page turning read. I love how he found God in everything in his life. Even when he speaks of Mia, it made [...]

    26. Rich on said:

      A personable and quickly read autobiography by Jase Robertson of Duck Dynasty fame. Suffused with Bible references and spiritual life lessons, the book covers Jase's upbringing, courtship and marriage, and the raising of three children. Duck hunting, however, manages to occupy center stage, capturing Robertson's infectious enthusiasm for the sport. The Robertson family is known for their Christian faith; each episode of Duck Dynasty ends with the family gathered in prayer over a meal. What was r [...]

    27. Dani C. (Paulette's Papers) on said:

      FYI – I am a fan of the Duck Dynasty show and this is the reason I read this book. I have to say I enjoyed it more than I thought I would. It was interesting to see Jase’s outlook on life and to hear his wife Missy’s side of things from time to time. He really has a humble and deep rooted faith and I was amazed at the things he has done in his life. Jase’s faith in God and his love for his family is in every chapter of this book. I was amazed at how smart he is and how he is able to inte [...]

    28. Brian Walker on said:

      It's like flypaper or Chinese handcuffs, the more you struggle to get away the more entrapped you become. The duckmen put out another biod I have to read it. It's a sick addiction. The things that repulse me: the writing wanders, the stories are inflated, and the religious cliches are tedious. The things that attract me: You just have to pretend you are hunkered down in a duck blind at 4 a.m. with no coffee and all the time in the world to listen to each other rattle on about nothing in particul [...]

    29. James Olson on said:

      This book is about Jase Robertson. He tells about his adventures when he is young teenage years and adult life. He tells about his dads bad times and tells how they survived through the rough years. he tells about his teenager years and teaching the gospel to the people that he didn't even know. He tells about his dating years with missy and another girl that already had a boyfriend! it talks roughhousing with his brothers and if they would fight they wouldn't get whipped until they made someone [...]

    30. Lisa on said:

      I discovered Duck Dynasty about a year ago, I'm not a tv person and when I do watch it's not reality tv, I can't stand it. I do love some DD though. I picked this up mainly because I was curious. Not only that, but it is rare that I read a biography. I very much enjoyed his story, I laughed alot and because I share the same faith as the Robertson's, I enjoyed this even more. He weaves his faith in all throughout the book and did a nice job. These are simple people, even through their new wealth, [...]

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