Dancing with the Stars has been over for a couple months now, but Sadie Robertson is staying busy. Not only does she have her new Sherri Hill prom dresses out, (check them out at http://www.sherrihill.com/celebrities/sadie-robertson/) her book is selling great and so are her other products. But that’s not really what Sadie is all about—Sadie is living her life full of passion and shares Jesus with all of those she comes in contact with.

She just returned from a trip to Moldova with Stella’s Voice. She writes, “The people here have made a major impact on my life. I am so thankful for Stellas Voice & every single girl there. I cannot wait to see what God will continue to do in their lives. I am so thankful to have gotten the opportunity to be in Moldova for the past week.”

She went to encourage and love on girls there, but came back encouraged and filled with even more love! Director of Stella’s House, Philip Cameron says, “We just had the most amazing week in Moldova! Sadie Robertson from Duck Dynasty and Dancing With the Stars, came and shared her precious time with the kids from Stella's, Simon's, and Providence Houses. There are so many places in the world Sadie could go to, but she came and made Christmas incredibly special for our kids. Thank you, Sadie!  Most important of all... she worshipped God and prayed with (and was prayed for by) our kids. Together, Moldova's orphans and America's sweetheart felt the Presence of God.

The blest and the blessed! A picture sometimes can't explain the worlds that separate two lives. Sadie Robertson hugs Tania a Russian orphan who now lives in Stellas House. Behind them stands the shell where Tania, her little sister, and mom existed for 5 unbearable years. Black plastic bags covered the windows…an open fire was their heat and stove...and desperation was their constant companion. Tania came to Stella's speaking only Russian and is learning Romanian and English at the same time. Sadie came to visit and found in among all the girls of SH the least likely kid to connect to, and by her love and attention let her know "God knows and cares." So two girls, only months apart in age—but worlds apart in everything else—found common ground, love and care in knowing Jesus!

Sadie Robertson lives original! She’s not afraid to speak up for Jesus and to love on those whom others find unlovable. She recently shared an encouraging scripture and word with her friends, “’I want to encourage everyone to love those around you.’ No one has ever seen God, but we can show people God through the way we love Dear friends, since God loved us that much, we surely ought to love each other. No one has ever seen God. But if we love each other, God lives in us, and his love is brought to full expression in us.” (1 John 4:11-12 NLT). 1.24.15