Sadie Robertson Huff: ‘Only God Could Do Something Like That Through Someone Like Me’

Photo from Sadie Robertson Huff’s Instagram

Sadie Robertson Huff: ‘Only God Could Do Something Like That Through Someone Like Me’

By Movieguide® Contributor

In a recent Instagram post, Sadie Robertson Huff celebrated her K-Love Fan Award win for her podcast Whoa That’s Good, taking home the award in K-Love’s newest bracket, Podcast of the Year, at their awards ceremony earlier this month in Nashville, TN.

“God is kind to include us. I’m wildly grateful for His grace and love,” commented Robertson Huff on her win.

Whoa That’s Good stemmed from the former DUCK DYNASTY star’s realization that people wanted mentorship, sparking her desire to share the wisdom of others with her followers.

On the podcast, she and her guests cover issues facing people from all walks of life. From faith and relationships to dealing with insecurities and trusting God in every situation, Robertson Huff discusses these topics and more with musicians, speakers, authors, athletes, and film stars.

Now, with over 40 million downloads since the podcast’s creation four years ago, Robertson Huff believes that “only God could do something like that through someone like me.”

Her fans recognized Robertson Huff’s dedication to sharing wisdom and Christ’s love through Whoa That’s Good by awarding her the first K-Love Fan Award for Podcast of the Year.

“It seems only fitting that podcasts should be added to the list of K-LOVE Fan Award contenders since they have become such an important and popular form of media,” reported K-Love before voting began.

Robertson Huff thanked her fans, saying, “I hope it has made you feel stronger in your faith and more confident in who you were created to be.”

Movieguide® previously reported:

Starring in DUCK DYNASTY at age 14 and receiving a spot on DANCING WITH THE STARS at 17, Sadie Robertson Huff said that Jesus grounded her when she became a public figure at an early age and grounds her in her marriage with Christian Huff today.

“My life just dramatically changed really fast,” Robertson Huff told Fox News. “You think about how social media affects any young person and then think about social media with millions of followers… [it] definitely will affect you in certain ways.”

Not only did she gain a public voice at a young age, but her social media following grew consistently over the years, and now the 23-year-old sits at over 3 million followers on Instagram. Robertson Huff noted that without God, this would have been a source of insecurities.

Not that I didn’t struggle with insecurity and didn’t have my hard days, but I felt like I always had just a grounding, you know, to not just completely lose it,” Robertson Huff said.

She recognized how her grounding in the faith at a young age has carried into the pandemic’s uncertain times, offering her hope and peace.

It’s definitely been a huge, huge source of hope for me,” Robertson Huff said. “We have hope that God is still with us here, to give us strength, to give us joy, to give us peace, to make us feel loved in the midst of a time where the world is really throwing things at you.”