Back in the late 1980's and early 1990's, everybody had a price for the Million Dollar Man, but the cost to get into heaven requires your soul, and not your bank account.

During the weekend of September 18th-20th, former professional wrestler, now full-time evangelist Ted DiBiase, was in Casper, to spread his religious message. (Click here to go to the Million Dollar Man website)

Now-a-days, he runs the Heart of David Ministry website, which is "a ministry of evangelism and encouragement, with a goal of reaching the lost through the gospel of Jesus Christ." (Click here to go to the Heart of David Ministry website)

He is also a spokesperson and a board member of The Sunshine Foundation, which grants wishes to terminally ill and handicapped children.

While in Casper, he spoke at a number of churches and gatherings, including those at the Natrona County Juvenile Detention Facility.

We able to get a few minutes of his time for an interview about his religious quest and talked a little bit about his Million Dollar Man days.

Time Index:

0:00 - 0:25...Talks about the Heart Of David Ministry

0:27 - 3:38...Talks about keeping God in your life. Once people graduate from high school, some tend to put their relationship with God on hold.

3:40 - 6:22...Talks about why some churches either fail or are having difficulty, because as times change, so does the delivery of the message need to change as well (not the actual message itself)

6:24 - end...Talks about his" Million Dollar Man" days, and why he did the things he did, during that time.

In reference to his "Million Dollar Man" days, when DiBiase visits various places, people still give him a hard time, about the basketball moment.

Some to this day have not realized, that the kid was in on the act.