For this edition of Mr. Griffin, GRIFF talks about being inspired by the song, “Good To Me,” by Audrey Assad that morning. It reminded him of the goodness from God that has followed him all the days of his life. When he was younger, he always looked forward to the future. He went to 21 different schools growing up, and hated moving around.
He also experienced a lot of poverty, witnessed too much violence, and was sick of the roaches. He wanted better for his kids as an adult- and he got it. GRIFF says he can go on about everything he’s been through- but God has kept his promise the whole way, and will keep doing so. Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from “Get Up! Mornings With Erica Campbell.”
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