Despite having been a part of at least two successful talk shows and starring on film and television for years, Gifford said her current gig — in which she’s been able to bring the gospel to different audiences — is her “dream job.”
“I loved doing the show with Regis,” Gifford told Fox News Digital, mentioning her longtime co-star Regis Philbin.
“I loved doing the show with Hoda,” she also said, referencing Hoda Kotb. “But those were never my dream jobs. My dream job is what I’m doing now. Writing music and writing movies and writing and directing in beautiful places.”
四年前, Gifford met with singer Nicole C. Mullen and the pair thought they were “just going to write a little song,” 她解释.
“It ended up becoming an 11-and-a-half minute oratorio called ‘The God Who Sees,’” Gifford said.
The song was a hit on YouTube, garnering millions of views. Its success persuaded Gifford to pursue a larger project.
“I realized that this is what the rest of my life had to be about,” 她说. “I had to take more stories because they’re epic, fantastic stories from the Bible …Nobody’s ever seen the Bible this way.”