Excerpt from The Christian Post,
“Pro-football player Michael Vick got two unique shots this past week to reveal to the public how 18 months in prison and his newfound faith has made him a new man – a different man. On Saturday, during the Super Bowl Breakfast, Vick shared with some 1,100 people about the role that faith played in his life after pleading guilty to a federal charge of conspiracy and involvement in the killing of at least six dogs following a raid of his property in 2007. He also talked about how God was again the first priority in his life and how he doesn’t want to disappoint his family or those who took a chance with him – particularly NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and former Indianapolis Colts Head Coach Tony Dungy, who Vick has previously attributed to having “helped redefine me as an individual.” “God has blessed with a second chance that is something I will value forever,” Vick stated, according to Baptist Press. “I don’t want to let Him down.” Continue reading here.”
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