Tim Tebow, Heisman Trophy winner, first-round NFL pick, and former Denver Bronco quarterback (and Jets, briefly)  is coming to Billings, on March 17th at Faith Chapel for a speaking engagement. I recall hearing about this a few months ago and I'm surprised I haven't really heard much about it since.

Tebow will be in town for  LaVie’s 30th Anniversary Celebration, Every Life Has a Story.

Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images
Photo by Alex Menendez/Getty Images

The two-time National Champion is a pro-life advocate.

While his professional football career was relatively short-lived, Tebow has been a passionate supporter in the pro-life community for years. PreciousLife.com shared this anecdote,

Former NFL quarterback Tim Tebow said that he would rather be known for saving babies than winning Super Bowl during a pro-life prayer event. His remarks were made during Kansans for Life's annual Valentine’s Day banquet held at the Overland Park Convention Center on Feb. 11.

Tim is the son of missionaries and was never shy about his faith. Perhaps you recall the social media "challenge" called Tebowing, that everybody was doing in 2011.

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Limited tickets remain for the event.

Clicking on the ticketing link, it looks like the Hors d’oeuvres & Event tickets are sold-out, as is the VIP Sponsor meet-n-greet tickets, but Event Only tickets are still available (as of 3/4) and they're only $30. LaVie is a reproductive health organization that provides free or low-cost services with two locations in Billings.

Free services include pregnancy testing, ultrasound exams, support for those who have had an abortion, limited STI/STD testing, and pregnancy/parenting education classes. Low cost services include comprehensive STI/STD testing and exams, sport physicals and Pap tests.

LaVie's 30th Anniversary, Every Life Has a Story is at Faith Chapel and doors open to Event Only ticket holders at 6:30 pm.

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