Sadie Robertson's Live Original Collection by Glory Haus

Sadie Robertson’s Live Original Collection by Glory Haus features products intentionally designed to encourage, inspire, and uplift teens and adults alike to ‘Live Original.’ Sadie’s Collection was inspired by Sadie’s latest book, Live Original: How The Duck Commander Teen Keeps It Real and Stays True to Her Values. Known for her role on the wildly popular television shows – A&E’s Duck Dynasty, and her appearance on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars – Sadie Robertson has captivated audiences with her girl-next-door modern charm, authenticity, and high values. Living as a culturally relevant teen who loves God and her family, Sadie has become a role model for other teens and for parents who are eager to instill the same characteristics in their children. Sadie is often quoted saying, “Don’t let the world change your smile, let your SMILE change the world.” 

"Glory Haus and Sadie are a natural partnership because of the inspiration she provides to teens, young adults, and mothers everywhere. Our new line offers hope to a generation that often struggles with image and self-worth," says Glory Haus Owner and Chief Creative Officer, Molly Holm. “Sadie looks for the good in the world and seeks to make a difference.”

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Sadie Robertson Helps 9-Year Old With a Heart for the Homeless

Moved to help a friend who was homeless, nine-year old Luke Holm founded “Pickles With A Purpose”, a non-profit that raises money to purchase a home for Luke’s homeless friend, Tim. Luke met Tim in the Glory Haus warehouse, while helping his mom - Glory Haus CEO, Molly Holm – during the Christmas rush. When Luke found out his friend was homeless, he knew God called him to do something! Luke started a social movement, selling his grandmother’s secret famous sweet and spicy pickles to raise money to buy Tim — and others — a house.

“I am not doing this to show how nice I am, but to encourage others to do amazing things,” Luke says in a You-Tube video promoting the fundraiser. “It is to change a person with a bad life to a good life and change a person with a good life to a better life. I have a friend, and he has no home. So I’m asking you: Next time you see on a table, stop and take a minute to realize some people don’t have a table to put flowers on that they find in a grassy field. Some don’t have a porch to sit on to look at the beauty around them. So today you can help out in someone’s life.”

Sadie heard about Luke’s Pickles with a Purpose and was moved to help support his effort. “For a little boy’s heart to be that big is just so inspiring,” said Sadie Robertson. “Luke shows everyone it doesn’t matter how old you are, you can do something with a purpose to help somebody out,” she said. Luke received a surprise FaceTime call from Sadie where she shared the news that she was matching the initial donations given to Pickles with a Purpose. Sadie’s post on Facebook generated more than 3,500 likes: “Go check out Luke and his amazing project. He is a 9-year-old trying to raise $75,000 to buy his homeless friend a house! How awesome!”

To learn more about Pickles with a Purpose, visit