After parents Todd and Julie received their sentences in their case involving bank fraud and tax evasion, Chase Chrisley sent a moving message.

On his Instagram Story on Monday, Chase, 26, reshared a story about how loved ones can “unexpectedly be stolen from you.” The story described a conversation between two friends in which one guy urged the other to cook dinner for his wife and to not take her love for granted.

The narrative stated, in part, “It took me a few minutes to realize we were no longer talking about dinner.” It was about going above and above to care for someone since you never know when they can be suddenly snatched from you.

The story ends with some straightforward guidance for the audience. “Simply put your phone down and offer someone you love your entire attention the next time they want to go on a stroll, watch a football game, play a board game, or do any of those things.”

The Chrisley family’s youngest kid, Chase, is the most recent to share a moving statement on social media in the wake of their parents’ conviction.

Savannah, Chase’s sister, posted a quote from pastor Kimberly Jones, a.k.a. Real Talk Kim, on social media last week.

The post by Jones stated that “Noah didn’t stop building the ark to explain himself to everyone who doubted and hated on him.” “Keep constructing your ark. The rain will speak for itself.”

Todd, 53, was given a 12-year sentence last week for his involvement in the crimes, while Julie, 49, received a seven-year sentence. In addition to their prison terms, both were also given a 16-month probationary period.

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Todd and Julie were sentenced after being found guilty in June of conspiring to commit bank fraud, conspiring to defraud the US, and conspiring to commit tax fraud. She was also found guilty of wire fraud.

The pair first refuted all charges and decided to respond through their attorneys by submitting a joint motion for a new trial. Their sentence was postponed from Oct. 6 to Nov. 21 despite the fact that their lawyer said a witness had lied throughout the trial, even though that request was denied.

The couple’s lawyer Alex Little of Burr & Forman LLP said the family was “optimistic” for the future after the sentencing since they intended to appeal the charges.

“The Chrisley family had a terrible day yesterday. However, Todd and Julie are devout Christians, and their faith gives them courage as they fight for what they believe in “Little was said. “Serious and persistent mistakes were made during their trial, including the government misleading the jury regarding the couple’s tax obligations. We have hope for the future based on these problems.”

The New York Times reports that Todd and Julie will likely report to prison at the start of the new year.