Alveda King and Kathie Gifford release new song, "Your Way Yahweh."


Former member of Georgia House of Representatives, Alveda King, has released a new inspirational song titled ‘’Your Way Yahweh’’. King, who is the niece of Martin Luther King Jr., collaborated with Kathie Lee Gifford, who is an Emmy award recipient. 

The song was produced by Ian Eskelin, under the record label, Radiate Music. According to the singer, the aim of the song is to take people to the root of who God is especially in these challenging times. 

The Christian Post reports that King, who is popular pro-life activist, is interested in people having a firsthand knowledge of God and experience God’s mighty works.

While talking about King, 67-year-old Gifford said that she is a beautiful sister in Christ and a treasure. She also stated that she was glad when the 70 year old singer called on her to collaborate on the worship and hopeful song.

Furthermore, she said that the song asks us which way we prefer; our way or God’s way? The song also calls on the Creator to show mercy on His children.

Presently, King is the host’s Alveda King’s House on Fox Nation. On the show, she talks about freedom of speech and religion. Also, she is the 2021 recipient of the Presidential Lifetime Achievement Award.

Likewise, for her efforts in the film and entertainment industry, Gifford received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In her appreciation note, Gifford acknowledged God and her longtime fans.

"I don't see you, but I sense you with me, because you've been with me all these decades in this incredible industry, and you have rewarded me in so many ways with your faith in me, your prayers for me, your love for me,” she said.

“I look back on it in awe and wonder that God blessed me so much to be able to make my living doing what I love to do, which is what my daddy taught me. But more than that, that you all stayed with me through everything, every trial, every tribulation, every joyful moment as well,” she concluded.

The new song “Your Way Yahweh,” is now available online.

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