Singer songwriter Leah Faith from Moody recently announced a free concert opportunity in Birmingham, set for Sept. 29, at Parkway Christian Fellowship, 9753 Parkway East, at 6:30 p.m. Faith will lead an "intimate night of worship" with Nashville ‘s Roger Ryan in the hope of raising awareness of a mission trip to Israel.

Faith is set to leave for the Middle East in December where she will partner with missionary Scott Martin. Martin has been a missionary to Israel for three years and has planted many churches all over the world, including Tel Aviv, which is located 30 miles northwest of Jerusalem.

While in Israel, Faith will see the Holy sites, and plans to team up with Martin to hit the streets for an opportunity to spread the Good News.

"I’m truly ecstatic," Faith said. "I never thought I would have an opportunity like this one.  It’s always an amazing opportunity to spread the gospel, not only to my own community, but to people all around the world."

Originally from Moody, Faith is the daughter of Larry and Laura Armstrong.  She felt the call to sing several years ago while working a full time job as a creative writer for 93.7 WDJC.  She now resides in Nashville, with husband Randy Knotts, where she writes and sings with many artists and musicians. 


She has won several writing awards, including the Gospel Music Association’s Amateur Song of the Year and has sung in countries such Kenya, Jamaica and Mexico. Faith is using her creative talents to raise money for this ministry opportunity with several free concerts all over the states. 

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