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Studio 5: Reach & Rise

Reach Records artists Trip Lee, Tedashii and Lecrae share wisdom to encourage us to rise. And Studio 5 has your first look at The Case for Christ film, months before it hits theaters. Read Transcript


Efrem: SECONDS AWAY

ON "STUDIO 5"...

*

[RAPPING MUSIC]

Efrem: THE TURNUP,

WITH CHIPOTLE, THE FATHER,

HUSBAND, RECORDING ARTIST

AND AUTHOR, SHARES HOW HE

GETS IT ALL DONE, RUNNING

ON EMPTY.

I THINK I READ SOMEONE

SAID, YOU HAVE THE

AMBITION OF TWO MEN, BUT

THE ENERGY OF FOUR MEN.

THAT'S TRUE.

*

Efrem: AND GETTING

TURNED UP WITH LE CRAE,

WHO IS TALKING REAL-LIFE

DEPRESSION AND ADVICE FOR

HIS YOUNGER SELF.

I WOULD TELL MYSELF,

MAN, TO BRACE YOURSELF FOR

REAL STRUGGLE, FOR REAL

PAIN, FOR DEATH, FOR LOSS,

FOR HURTING.

Efrem: PLUS, CHECK

OUT THIS CHICAGO TRIBUNE

NEWSROOM AS "STUDIO 5"

GOES BACK IN TIME ON THE

SET OF THE MAKING OF LEE

STROBBEL'S, "THE CASE FOR

CHRIST."

MAYBE WE MADE LEE A

LITTLE SLOW ON THE UPTAKE.

Efrem: ACTOR MIKE

VOGEL IS IN "STUDIO 5,"

AND IT STARTS NOW.

*

* I SEE YOUR LOVE

[RAPPING MUSIC]

Efrem: AND THAT'S

MUSIC FROM HIP-HOP ARTIST

TRIPP LEE.

WELCOME TO "STUDIO 5."

COMING TO YOU FROM

ATLANTA, GEORGIA, OFTEN

CALLED THE HOLLYWOOD OF

THE SOUTH.

WE'LL HAVE MORE IN JUST A

MOMENT.

FIRST, LET'S TAKE A LOOK

AT THE TOP FIVE FROM

"STUDIO 5" FOR THIS WEEK.

AT NUMBER FIVE:

YOU HAVE NO IDEA IF

YOU'RE NEXT.

I JUST REMEMBER THEM

SAYING, YOUR TEST IS

POSITIVE.

Efrem: "FACING

DARKNESS," A DOCUMENTARY

ABOUT SAVING DR. KENT FROM

EAST BAEBOLA.

IT IS NOT JUST A MOVIE,

WHEN I WATCH THIS FILM, IT

IS RELIVING MY STORY.

AND I THINK THAT IS A

HEALTHY PRACTICE FOR ALL

OF US.

I THINK THERE IS A REASON

THAT GOD TOLD THE PEOPLE

OF ISRAEL, TELL YOUR

CHILDREN WE WERE SLAVES IN

EGYPT.

I THINK THERE IS SOMETHING

REALLY IMPORTANT ABOUT

REMEMBERING THE HARD TIMES

WE'VE BEEN THROUGH, AND

REMEMBERING WHAT GOD HAS

DONE IN OUR LIVES, TO HELP

INFORM THE WAY WE MOVE

FORWARD.

Efrem: THE FILM HEADS

TO THEATERS FOR ONE NIGHT

NATIONWIDE MARCH 30th.

> AT NUMBER FOUR:

I'M GOING TO DRAG YOU.

Efrem: BUZZ IS

BUILDING FOR "HACKSAW

RIDGE," THE HEROIC TRUE

STORY OF DESMOND DODD, WHO

RESCUED MORE THAN 70 MEN

FROM THE BATTLEFIELD IN

WORLD WAR II, ALTHOUGH HE

REFUSED TO CARRY A WEAPON

BECAUSE HE REJECTED TO

VIOLENCE.

WHOA!

THE BIBLE SAYS TO TURN

THE OTHER CHEEK.

YOU SEE, I DON'T THINK

THIS IS A QUESTION OF

RELIGION, FELLAS.

Efrem: MEL GIBSON

DIRECTS THE FILM AND

CAPTURES THE HEART OF THE

MAN WHO WENT TO BATTLE,

ARMED WITH ONLY HIS BIBLE

AND HIS FAITH.

MEL, PRODUCERS SENT YOU

THIS SCRIPT IN 2002, 2010,

AND 2014.

WHAT HAPPENED ON THE THIRD

TIME?

WELL, I THINK I WAS

JUST READY TO RECEIVE IT

OR SOMETHING.

IT JUST SPOKE TO MY HEART.

I REALLY DUG THE STORY.

TEARDROPS ON PAGE 94, YOU

KNOW.

Efrem: COMING IN AT

NUMBER THREE:

[APPLAUSE]

[CHEERING]

THE CUBS HAVE WON THE

PENNANT.

Efrem: THE CHICAGO

CUBS ARE IN THE WORLD

SERIES FOR THE FIRST TIME

SINCE 1945.

TAKING ON THE CLEVELAND

INDIANS.

IT IS A FAMILIAR PLACE FOR

BEN ZOBRATH, WHO MADE IT

TO THE SERIES IN 2008,

WITH THE ROYALS IN 2015,

AND NOW THE CUBS IN 2016.

SO WITH THE TEAM'S

108-YEAR ABSENCE FROM THE

CHAMPIONSHIP, THE SERIES

HAS SOME ADDED PRESSURE.

I CAN WEAR IT FOR A

WHILE, BUT I ALWAYS COME

TO AN END POINT.

WHERE IT IS JUST TOO HEAVY

TO CARRY.

AND IT'S AT THOSE TIMES

WHERE THE LORD KIND OF

BRINGS ME TO MY KNEES ALL

OVER AGAIN AND REMINDS ME

THAT HE I IS THE ONE THAT

NEEDS TO CARRY THE

PRESSURE.

Efrem: WE'RE STICKING

WITH BASEBALL AND TIM

TEBOW FOR NUMBER TWO.

THE FORMER NFL STAR AND

HEISMAN TROPHY WINNER

RECENTLY RE-ENTERED THE

WORLD OF PROFESSIONAL

SPORTS AS AN OUTFIELDER.

WHY NOT GO FOR IT IF IT

IS SOMETHING I'M

PASSIONATE ABOUT IT.

GO AFTER IT.

Efrem: IN HIS NEW

BOOK "SHAKEN, DISCOVERING

YOUR NEW IDENTITY IN THE

MYTHS OF LIFE'S STORMS,"

TEBOW SHARES HOW HIS FAITH

HAS GUIDED HIS EVERY MOVE.

NOT EVERYBODY CAN

RELATE TO THE HIGHS, BUT

ALMOST EVERYBODY CAN

RELATE TO THE LOWS, WHEN

YOU'RE TOLD, HEY, YOU'RE

NOT GOOD ENOUGH OR WE

DON'T WANT YOU.

I WANTED TO WRITE

SOMETHING TO THOSE PEOPLE,

TO ENCOURAGE YOU THERE IS

STILL A GOD WHO CREATED

YOU AND LOVES YOU AND

CREATED YOU FOR A PURPOSE.

Efrem: AND AT NUMBER

THREE:

*

Efrem: LE CRAE OPENS

UP IN A LETTER TO THE

HUFFINGTON POST, SHARING

WHERE HE IS IN THIS SEASON

OF HIS LIFE, AND

CONFESSING HE HAS BEEN

BATTLING DEPRESSION AND IS

TROUBLED BY THE LOSS OF

BLACK LIVES TO VIOLENCE.

I THOUGHT I READ YESTERDAY

THAT YOU SAID THE YEAR IS

NOW ALMOST OVER, BUT IT

HAS BEEN ONE OF THE MOST

DIFFICULT.

ABSOLUTELY.

Efrem: HOW SO?

OBVIOUSLY, IT HAS BEEN

A TRYING TIME FOR THE

WORLD AT LARGE, THE

COUNTRY AT LARGE.

OUTSIDE IS ALL OF THE

DISUNITY, AS FAR AS RACE

IS CONCERNED.

Efrem: THOSE ARE YOUR

TOP FIVE FOR "STUDIO 5"

FOR THIS WEEK.

YOUNG PEOPLE ARE OFTEN

TOLD, YOU HAVE THE REST OF

YOUR LIFE AHEAD OF YOU,

TAKE YOUR TIME AND SOW

YOUR WILD OATS.

BUT ONE RECORDING ARTIST

IS SOUNDING THE ALARM,

SAYING THAT IS NOT

NECESSARILY THE CASE AND

IT IS NOT BIBLICAL.

> THE STAGE IS SET.

THE SOUND CHECK IS

COMPLETE.

AND THE CROWD IS

SPREADING.

*

Efrem: HIP-HOP ARTIST

TRIPP LEE IS THE MAN ON

THE MIKE, AND HE IS ALSO

KNOWN AS PASTOR WILLIAM

LEE BEARFIELD THE THIRD.

HIS STAGE NAME AND RAP

PLATFORM HELPS REACH YOUNG

FANS WITH THE GOSPEL.

I FOUND THAT WHEN I WAS

IN HIGH SCHOOL.

Efrem: THAT DEAL WAS

WITH LE CRAE'S REACH

RECORDS.

THE TWO BECAME FRIENDS

AFTER MEETING BACK STAGE

AT A CONCERT IN DALLAS,

THEIR HOME TOWN.

> "RISE" IS YOUR FIFTH

ALBUM?

YES.

Efrem: WHAT DO YOU

THINK IS DIFFERENT ABOUT

THIS THAN WHEN YOU STARTED

WITH THE FIRST ONE?

VERY DIFFERENT STAGES

OF LIFE.

WHEN I STARTED THAT RECORD

WHEN I WAS 17 YEARS OLD,

IN HIGH SCHOOL, MY FIRST

ALBUM.

Efrem: HIS LATEST

MUSIC POKES FUN AT THOSE

HUMBLE BEGINNINGS AND THAT

VERY FIRST CONCERT TOUR

WITH LE CRAE.

IN HIS WORDS, WE HAVE GONE

FROM BOOT-LEG TOURS TO

HIGH-QUALITY TOURS.

ON THAT TOUR IT WAS

LIKE PEOPLE SHOWED UP.

WE HAD A D.J. PLAY SOME

MUSIC AND WE RAPID O RAPPED ON IT.

Efrem: DO YOU THINK

GOD WAS ANY LESS GLORIFIED

IN THOSE SHOWS VERSUS WHAT

YOU'RE DOING NOW?

I DON'T.

GOD HAS TRUSTED US TO BE

FAITHFUL.

Efrem: AND TRIPP LEE

IS SHARING A PAINFUL

STRUGGLE IN HIS MUSIC.

FOR MORE THAN SEVEN YEARS,

HE HAS BATTLED AN ILLNESS

THAT MAKES IT HARD TO EVEN

GET OUT OF BED, LET ALONE

TAKE THE STAGE.

YOU SUFFER FROM CHRONIC

FATIGUE SYNDROME.

WHAT IS THAT?

THAT'S A GOOD QUESTION.

WHAT IT MEANS FOR ME,

PRACTICALLY IN MY LIFE,

I'M ALWAYS TIRED.

I CAN'T REMEMBER THE LAST

TIME I WOKE UP AND I'M

RESTED.

MY BODY DIDN'T RECHARGE

LIKE NORMAL BODIES DO.

IT HAS IMPACTED MY LIFE IN

MAJOR WAYS.

IT HAS RUINED LOTS OF MY

PLANS.

IT NEVER HAS GOT IN THE

WAY OF THE LORD'S PLANS.

Efrem: FATIGUE FORCED

HIM TO DROP OUT OF COLLEGE

AND WALK AWAY FROM A

FULL-TIME JOB AS A PASTOR.

I READ YOU HAVE THE

AMBITION OF TWO MEN, BUT

THE ENERGY OF ONE FOURTH

OF A MAN.

WHOEVER SAID THAT IS

TRUE AND IS EQUATE.

ACCURATE.

BUT THE LORD HAS TAUGHT ME

A LOT.

EVERYTHING I DO, I NEVER

JUST KIND OF CRUISE TO THE

FINISH LINE.

I DRAG MYSELF ACROSS,

BARELY LIMPING.

THAT MAKES IT CLEAR THAT

IT IS NOT BECAUSE OF MY

STRENGTH, BUT IT IS

BECAUSE OF HIS.

Efrem: THAT SUPER

NATURAL STRENGTH HAS

ALLOWED THIS HUSBAND,

FATHER, PREACHER AND

RAPPER, TO COMPLETE HIS

SECOND BOOK.

LIKE THE ALBUM, IT IS ALSO

CALLED "RISE."

A SONG CAN HAVE A

SIGNIFICANT IMPACT IN YOUR

LIFE.

AND I THOUGHT, HOW CAN I

TAKE PEOPLE EVEN DEEPER,

AND WRITING IS ONE OF THE

WAYS I WANTED TO DO THAT.

IN THIS PARTICULAR BOOK, I

WANTED TO EMPHASIZE THAT

WHILE WE'RE YOUNG, WE

CAN'T MAKE A BIG IMPACT

FOR GOD OR GOD DOESN'T

EXPECT MUCH FROM US.

THAT COULD NOT BE MORE

FALSE.

Efrem: TRIPP USES ALL

PLATFORMS TO DELIVER THAT

RISE-UP MESSAGE.

AND HE IS JOINING FORCES

WITH TWO OTHER MINISTERS

TO START "CORNERSTONE," A

NEW CHURCH IN A STRUGGLING

AREA OF ATLANTA.

IF I TRUST IN THAT GOD,

THEN I KNOW HE IS WITH ME

IN THE MIDST OF THE

SUFFERING.

AND I CAN BE CONTENT WITH

HIM, AND I CAN TRUST HIS

PLAN MUCH MORE THAN MINE.

THE SCRIPTURE SAYS HE CAN

CHANGE THAT PLAN

SOMETIMES.

AND THAT'S WHAT HE HAS

DONE.

IN MANY WAYS, HE HAS

INCREASED BY DEPENDENCE ON

HIM.

Efrem: INDEED, WE ALL

NEED TO DEPEND ON HIM.

BY THE WAY, TRIPP LEE'S

CHURCH IS UP AND RUNNING

RIGHT HERE IN THE ATLANTA

AREA.

> STILL AHEAD ON "STUDIO

5," LIGHTS, CAMERA, AND

ACTION IN THE PEACH STATE.

A CLOSER LOOK AT THE

HOLLYWOOD OF THE SOUTH

FROM THE SET OF THE CASE

FOR CHRIST.

MEET THE ACTOR BRINGING

Efrem: AND WELCOME

BACK TO "STUDIO 5."

THIS WEEK WE ARE IN

ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

THIS IS OFTEN CALLED THE

HOLLYWOOD OF THE SOUTH,

AND THAT'S BECAUSE OF ALL

OF THE PRODUCTION GOING ON

RIGHT HERE IN THE CITY.

IN FACT, THAT'S WHAT

BRINGS US TO THE AREA.

"STUDIO 5" WAS ONSET AS

PRODUCTION RAPPED FOR THE

CASE FOR CHRIST AS "STUDIO STUDIOS

JUST OUTSIDE OF ATLANTA.

I SPENT MY ENTIRE

CAREER AS JOURNALIST

COVERING THE TRUTH, UNTIL

THE DAY MY WIFE PRESENTED

ME WITH THE BIGGEST STORY

OF MY LIFE, "THE CASE FOR

CHRIST."

Efrem: THE FILM IS

BASED ON INVESTIGATIVE

REPORTER LEE STROBBEL'S

BEST-SELLING BOOK, ABOUT

HIS JOURNEY AS AN ATHEIST,

WHO SETS OUT TO DISAPPROVE

CHRISTIANITY AFTER HIS

WIFE BECOMES A CHRISTIAN.

> THE LOVE STORY THAT IS

AT THE HEART OF THIS MOVIE

IS WHAT REALLY DREW ME

ABOUT IT.

I LOVED THE FACT THIS WAS

A STORY TAKING A VERY

HONEST APPROACH.

FROM THAT MOMENT ON, I

SET OUT TO PROVE TO HER

AND THE REST OF THE WORLD

THEY WERE WRONG.

Efrem: ACTOR MIKE

VOGEL PLAYS LEE STROBBEL.

I THINK WE RANGE FROM

1975 TO 1980.

MAYBE WE MADE LEE A LITTLE

SLOW ON THE UPTAKE, BUT I

LIKE IT.

THIS IS ME DOING LEE

STROBBEL IN MY BEST

BURGUNDY.

WHAT HAPPENS NOW

CHANGES THINGS FOREVER.

THE CONFLICT THAT WE

HAD AFTER LESLIE BECAME A

CHRISTIAN AND I WAS STILL

AN ATHEIST -- TO SEE THAT

RELIVED IS DIFFICULT FOR

US TO WATCH.

BUT IN THAT MOMENT OF

MEETING JESUS FOR THE

FIRST TIME, AND THE WAY

THAT MIKE VOGEL, THE

ACTOR, PORTRAYS THAT WITH

SUCH HONESTY AND GRIT -- I

JUST FOUND IT VERY

EMOTIONALLY POWERFUL TO

EXPERIENCE.

Efrem: "THE CASE FOR

CHRIST" IS SCHEDULED TO

HIT THEATERS THIS SPRING.

> ATLANTA IS HOME TO

HIP-HOP ARTIST TRIPP LEE,

AS YOU HEARD.

IT IS ALSO HOME TO LE

CRAE.

THE FOUNDER OF REACH

RECORDS AND THE 116 CLICK.

WE'VE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY

HERE IN "STUDIO 5" TO SIT

DOWN WITH THE RECORDING

ARTIST.

SO WHAT IS THE HIGHEST

COMPLIMENT SOMEONE CAN PAY

LE CRAE?

PROBABLY INTEGRITY OR

CHARACTER.

I THINK THAT MATTERS A LOT

FOR ME.

EVEN THOUGH I KNOW I'M NOT

PERFECT, AND I KNOW I HAVE

MY DAYS WHERE SOMEBODY IS,

LIKE, I HATE HIM, I WOULD

HOPE THAT I WOULD HAVE A

LEGACY THAT DEMONSTRATES

THAT I DEMONSTRATED A

CHARACTER CONSISTENT WITH

WHAT, YOU KNOW, CHRIST

WANTED ME TO, OR AT LEAST

THAT I DIED TRYING.

Efrem: IN YOUR MUSIC,

YOU SHARE THE PAIN OF

BEING MOLESTED AND TAKING

A GIRLFRIEND TO HAVE AN

ABORTION.

WHY SHARE THAT?

I THINK LEADERS LEAD IN

VULNERABILITY.

I THINK YOU CAN TRUST A

VULNERABLE PERSON.

I THINK THE AIRS AND THE

GUARDS ARE TAKEN DOWN, AND

PEOPLE CAN FIND HEALING.

IT IS SAID THAT HURT

PEOPLE HURT PEOPLE.

BUT HEALED PEOPLE HEAL

PEOPLE.

AND I CAN TALK ABOUT THOSE

THINGS BECAUSE I'M HEALED.

AND IT HELPS OTHER PEOPLE

FIND A SENSE OF HEALING,

AND TO BE ABLE TO GO THERE

AND PULL THOSE THINGS OUT

OF THEIR OWN CLOSET AND

DEAL WITH THEM.

MAYBE THEY'RE NOT AS BAD,

OR MAYBE THEY'RE WORSE.

BUT THEY SEE SOMEONE WHO

IS FREE ENOUGH TO SAY,

YES, I'M GOING TO TALK

ABOUT IT, AND I'M FINE.

YES, IT IS PAINFUL, BUT I

HAVE ENDURING HOPE.

AND LET'S TALK ABOUT WHAT

IS GOING ON IN YOUR LIFE.

Efrem: NUMBER ONE ON

BILLBOARD, BEING INVITED

TO SIT IN ON NBC'S

"TONIGHT SHOW," AND GLADYS

KNIGHT SAYING SHE IS

LISTENING TO YOUR MUSIC

AND LOVES IT -- WHY DO YOU

THINK THE WORLD IS

PRAISING YOU?

IT SOUNDS CLICHE AND

TRITE TO MANY, BUT IT IS

VERY OBVIOUS THAT IT IS

GOD'S HANDYWORK.

IT IS VERY OBVIOUS THAT,

YOU KNOW, HE IS SHOWING

OFF.

AND HE IS SAYING, GUESS

WHAT, THIS INDEPENDENT GUY

THAT MANY OF YOU DON'T

KNOW, WHO LOVES ME, IS

RIGHT HERE.

AT THE END OF THE DAY, IT

IS GREAT.

Efrem: WIL AS YOU CAN

IMAGINE, LE CRAE IS HARD

AT WORK BRINGING YOU MORE

MUSIC.

> UP NEXT ON "STUDIO

5"...

*

Efrem: WE SAMPLE

TRIPP LEE'S MUSIC VIDEO,

BUT THE MIC AND STAGE ARE

Efrem: WE BEGAN THIS

EDITION OF "STUDIO 5" WITH

HIP-HOP ARTIST, TRIPP LEE.

WE WANT TO GO BACK TO HIM

NOW FOR A LISTEN TO HIS

MUSIC.

AS YOU CAN IMAGINE, FOR

THIS SHOW, HE IS WHAT IS

PLAYING IN MY EAR.

*

*

[RAP MUSIC]

Efrem: STILL TO COME,

HERE IN "STUDIO 5"...

*

Efrem: SITTING DOWN

WITH ANOTHER "REACH

RECORDS" RECORDING ARTIST.

WHEN YOU GO THROUGH

SOMETHING, YOU JUST FEEL

ALONE.

YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'RE THE

ONLY ONE.

Efrem: HADASHI OPENS

Efrem: AND WE ARE

JUST ABOUT OUT OF TIME FOR

THIS EDITION OF "STUDIO 5"

COMING TO YOU THIS WEEK

FROM ATLANTA, GEORGIA.

SO LET'S LOOK AHEAD TO

WHAT WE'RE WORKING ON FOR

NEXT WEEK.

A BEHIND THE SCENE'S LOOK

AT "HACKSAW RIDGE," THE

HEROIC TRUE STORY OF

DESMOND DODD, WHO RESCUED

75 PEOPLE FROM WORLD WAR

II WITHOUT A SINGLE

WEAPON.

DO NOT LOOK TO HIM TO

SAVE YOU ON THE

BATTLEFIELD.

THE WORLD IS SO SET ON

TEARING ITSELF APART.

IT DOESN'T SEEM LIKE SUCH

A BAD THING TO ME TO WANT

TO PUT A BIT OF IT BACK

TOGETHER.

Efrem: YOU PLAYED THE

LEAD ROLE.

HE GOES TO BATTLE WITH HIS

FAITH IN GOD AND HIS BIBLE

AS A WEAPON.

HOW DO YOU DO THAT?

RIGHT, EXACTLY.

THAT IS THE QUESTION.

I THINK IT IS MYSTERIOUS.

I DON'T EVEN KNOW IF HE

KNOWS HOW HE DID IT.

Efrem: AND THAT'S

JUST ONE STORY FROM NEXT

WEEK'S RUNDOWN.

AS FOR THIS SHOW, I'M

GIVING THE FINAL WORD TO

ANOTHER WORD OF "REACH

RECORDS" AND THE "116"

CLICK.

HERE IS HADASHI.

LOOKING BACK IT IS IT

WAS AND IS THE WORST

MOMENT OF MY LIFE, HANDS

DOWN.

TELLING SOMETHING YOU LOST

A CHILD -- IT'S NOT LIKE

HEY, WHERE IS THE STORE?

IT'S NOT AN EASILY SAID

THING.

OUR COUNSELLOR, HE, BY

GOD'S GRACE, SAVED MY

SANITY.

HE SAVED OUR MARRIAGE.

HE MOVED THROUGH THE

SCRIPTURES IN A WAY TO

HELP US HOLD ON TO WHO GOD

WAS AND WHO HE IS.

WHEN YOU GO THROUGH

SOMETHING, YOU JUST FEEL

ALONE.

YOU FEEL LIKE YOU'RE THE

ONLY ONE.

YOU FIND YOURSELF ALONE

BUT IN THE SAME ROOM WITH

SOMEBODY.

IT WAS JUST A VERY HARD

MOMENT TO OVERCOME.

GOING THROUGH IT AND

COMING OUT, COUNSELLING

WAS HELPFUL.

MY RELATIONSHIP WITH THE

BROTHERS AT THE LABEL WAS

VERY HELPFUL.

PEOPLE LOVING ON US FROM

AFAR WAS SUPER HELPFUL.

AND HONESTLY, MY WIFE IS A

TESTAMENT OF TRUSTING IN

THE LORD.

Efrem: THAT'S A WISE

WORD.

AND THE FINAL WORD FOR

THIS EDITION OF "STUDIO

5," COMING TO YOU THIS

WEEK FROM ATLANTA,

GEORGIA.

UNTIL NEXT TIME, REACH OUT

AND TOUCH ME AT EFREM

GRAHAM ON TWITTER,

INSTAGRAM, Facebook, AND

SNAPCHAT.

AND COME BACK

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