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todd Chrisley and Julia Chrisley have released a new episode of their podcast, Chrisley Confessions, on November 30th. It was their first episode taped after they were sentenced to prison for tax evasion and bank fraud. Though the two didn’t speak directly about their prison sentences, they did talk about how their faith and belief in “unconditional love” play a role in their lives right now. Both read quotes they had recently touched, with Todd touching on a sermon and Julie reading a message from author Priscilla Shirer.

“Age is just a number and since we don’t know our date of death, we have to live each day as if it were our last,” Julie shared, while Todd added, “Yesterday doesn’t matter. Today is what we have. Tomorrow belongs to God because tomorrow is not promised to us.” They also agreed that God would “endow” them with everything they needed to get through difficult times, although they did not directly relate to the prison sentences .

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Todd and Julie Chrisley for Nutrisystem. (Nutrisystem/ MEGA)

Most importantly, however, are their children. “The difficulties I go through, how I deal with them – [the children] watch that too,” Julie explained. “If I do it right, they’ll watch me. When I make mistakes, they watch. For me as a parent, I want to try to make sure I’m doing it more right than wrong.” Todd and Julie have grown children savannah25, chase26, Lindsie33 and kyle31, as well as minor son, Grayson16, and adopted daughter chloe10. Savannah confirmed that she plans to have Grayson and Chloe in custody once Todd and Julie start their sentences (timing has not been confirmed).

Todd received a 12-year sentence, while Julie received 7 years after her November 21 sentencing trial. The prison sentences came after the two were found guilty of tax fraud in June. Todd’s convictions included conspiracy to commit bank fraud, conspiracy to commit fraud against the United States, bank fraud, and tax fraud, while Julie’s convictions included tax fraud, wire fraud, bank fraud, conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and conspiracy to commit fraud against the United States.

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