IONIA, Mich. (WOOD) - Former MSU quarterback Kirk Cousins shared his testimony with prisoners at the Richard A. Handlon Correction Facility in Ionia.
Cousins has never been one to shy away from talking about his faith and that was his main focus at the prison on Friday.
"I saw people who were attentive, who wanted to listen and were hungry. Sometimes at a place like Michigan State you meet a lot of people who think they know it all and who think they have it all figured out and they don't need God and they don't need what I'm trying to share with them," said Cousins. "I find in a place like this there are a lot of people who listen and who are receptive to the message and that's what makes this such a special place.
--Watch the video above to hear more from Cousins.
Last summer, Cousins wowed an audience at the Big Ten meetings when he talked about what it meant to be a student athlete.
Cousins will play for the Washington Redskins after they drafted him in the fourth round of the NFL draft.
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