Humble Tip Drops Lines

By Leigh Harper, March 21, 2017

Jason Lewis, aka Humble Tip, left his home of Capitol Heights, Maryland, after high school to attend Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, and pursue his dream of becoming a sports agent. He graduated in 2008 with a degree in health promotions and then earned a master’s in health and wellness in 2011.

He says it became clear during his years at the world’s largest Christian university that God had other plans for his life. A series of on-campus jobs while he was a student eventually led to him launching his own music career and accepting the position of ambassador for the university after he graduated. Now, Humble Tip performs at events across the country as a hip-hop artist and speaker, sharing about the institution that changed his life. Humble shares tips on…

His name

Tip is an acronym: “To Increase Praise.” It’s about making a daily attempt at humility to increase praise to the king.

His role with Liberty

Liberty is the world’s largest Christian school, Southern Baptist and predominately Republican. When you add all of these together, you don’t think of an African-American, hip-hop-driven male. But God used this school to mold me into the man I am today, so I put on heavy for my squad.

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