'The God Of The How And When (Mary)' Kathie Lee Gifford With Katie Ohh

Feel the spirit of the Lord as Kathie Lee Giffordand Katie Ohh share the video for ‘The God Of The How And When (Mary).’

For eleven years, Kathie Lee was a staple on the fourth hour of TODAY with co-host Hoda Kotb. Before that, she won over the hearts of America with Regis and Kathie Lee.

After decades in the spotlight, this beloved host left New York to put down new roots in Nashville. Since leaving the show, Kathie Lee has been busier than ever with grandchildren, new music, directorial projects and multiple faith-based books.

Today, she’s sharing a special video from her latest film, ‘The Way.’ 

Kathie Lee narrates this film that leads us through several Biblical stories shown in a whole new way. The film mixes ancient times with a contemporary twist with a cast including BeBe Winans, Nicole C. Mullen, Danny Gokey, Jimmie Allen, and Larry Gatlin.

This special music video, titled ‘The God Of The How And When,’ features scenes from the movie as well as vocals from Kathie Lee and Katie Ohh. 

On Instagram, Kathie shared a special message about the project. “The God Of The Way is a project that I hold very close to my heart. @rabbijasonsobel and I envisioned storytelling in a way we hadn’t done before—by telling the stories that so often go unheard.”

This performance is touching hearts all around the world. One viewer said, “Oh wow so beautiful! God bless you for sharing. I love knowing I'm a child of the Most High King Jesus Christ Hallelujah!”

Another wrote, “Absolutely stunning, meaningful and goosebumps.”

What a beautiful message from this outspoken Christian!

John 8:12 “Then spoke Jesus again to them, saying, I am the light of the world: he that follows me shall not walk in darkness, but shall have the light of life.”


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