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Faithful Project’s Amy Grant & Ellie ft. On ‘The Today’

Amy Grant and Ellie Holcomb will appear on “The TODAY Show” this Tuesday, March 30 performing “A Woman,” the debut single from the FAITHFUL: Go and Speak album.

Amy Grant, a six-time GRAMMY Award winner, along with multi-GMA Dove Award winner Ellie Holcomb will be joined by an all-female band, showcasing the exclusive performance from the historic Ryman Auditorium for a stunning tribute to women and God’s faithfulness.

Along with the performance, Grant and Holcomb will join “The TODAY Show” third hour for a live interview to share about the upcoming project.

The poignant “A Woman” tells the story of Mary Magdalene and God’s faithfulness in her life.

The song was written by Holcomb, New York Times best-selling author Ann Voskamp and artist Sarah Macintosh.

Photo Credit: Matt Hadley

Earlier this year it was announced that the ministries of Compassion International, David C Cook, and Integrity Music were releasing the FAITHFUL Project, encapsulating a book, music, and livestream event.

The album, FAITHFUL: Go and Speak, will release April 30.

The FAITHFUL book will be available on May 1 and tickets are currently on sale for the FAITHFUL Livestream Event to be held Saturday, May 1. Click here for more information.

In addition to the TODAY Show appearance, Grant and Holcomb are part of the Gospel Music Association’s Easter broadcast special on TBN, Because He Lives: An Easter Celebration.

They will perform “A Woman” on the TBN broadcast that will air Thursday, April 1, at 9:00 p.m. EST / 8:00 p.m. CST with additional airings to follow.

Today the pre-order / pre-save is available for the album as well as the single, “Rahab’s Lullaby (God Above, God Below).”

The song features Sarah Macintosh, Rachael Lampa and Sandra McCracken, and was written by Macintosh, along with Ellie Holcomb and She Reads Truth’s Amanda Bible Williams.

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Written by Victor Ekong