Michael Vick to Speak at Milledgeville Church Event | Families
Controversial quarterback Michael Vick is making a stop in Central Georgia this month, and he's bringing with him a new message.
Vick headlines Ebenezer Seventh-Day Adventist Church's "I Still Have Hope" Campaign, according to a news release.
He'll share his testimony on June 21 at 8 p.m., in Milledgeville at the Walter B. Williams, Jr., Park Gym.
The former Atlanta Falcons quarterback will present "his story of redemption" to kick off a week-long event at Baldwin County Park.
Vick remained in the limelight for controversy involving dog fighting. He served 20 months in prison for a federal dog-fighting conviction in 2007. He then wrote an autobiography sharing what life lessons he learned.
Tickets are free, but the event has now reached capacity and tickets are unavailable.