Lecrae closes out Ravi Zacharias’ memorial service with tribute song ‘Tell the World’

Lecrae at the memorial service held for Ravi Zacharias at Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia, on May 29, 2020. | YouTube/ RZIM via screenshot

Lecrae closed out Christian apologist Ravi Zacharias’ memorial service Friday with a tribute and rap performance.

“I’m sure there’s a few people wondering what in the world was Ravi doing hanging out with rappers, and it’s because he’s actually working on his rap album. As he was teaching me apologetics, I was teaching him how to rap. So we did not complete it,” the Grammy Award-winning artist joked during the service held at Passion City Church in Atlanta, Georgia.

“But sincerely, what in the world does tie a kid straight out of hip-hop culture to a scholar from Delhi, India?” he said of Zacharias, who died on May 19 from a rare form of bone cancer.

Zacharias’ daughter, Sarah Davis, announced her father’s passing in a post titled “Ravi Zacharias, Now With Jesus,” on the Ravi Zacharias International Ministries’ website.

Lecrae shared the apologist’s impact on his life, saying, “I used to find myself rapping in front of thousands of people, traveling on the road and leaving the stage to hurry back to my tour bus in order to devour his videos and his lectures,” Lecrae revealed.

The Reach Records founder said it was important for him to expose all of his friends in rap music to Zacharias.

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Source: Christian Post