I Serve A Savior will feature hand-picked hymns and original songs. Turner has also recorded two of his previously released songs including "Me and God" and "Long Black Train" for the album as well.
“My faith is the most important thing to me,” said Turner. “I want people to hear the sentiment and heart behind this record. I want them to feel the same inspiration that I felt. I want them to feel that and hopefully they’ll make these songs a part of their life.”
A gospel album is a dream come true for Turner especially since he had the opportunity to write "The River (of Happiness)" with his wife, Jennifer, and son, Hampton. The Turner's all had the chance to sing on it together in the studio which you'll hear when it's released next month.
While each new track reflects his personal manifesto, the project is something Turner's fans have been asking for since the start of his career. In addition the release of I Serve A Savior, the 40-year-old will deliver a 90-minute live performance DVD filmed at Gaither Studios in the coming months.