Worship & Faith

Worship & Faith

Worship & Faith is an album released in 2003 by American country music artist Randy Travis. It is the third gospel music album of his career, as well as his third release on Word Records. The album is composed of twenty covers of traditional gospel tunes. Worship & Faith is certified gold by the RIAA, although its only single, "Above All", failed to chart.

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