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Steffany Gretzinger image courtesy of Merge PR
Steffany Gretzinger image courtesy of Merge PR

Steffany Gretzinger to release new album, 'The Narrow Way'


Fri, May 26th 2023 01:50 pm

Title track available today

Press Release

Worship artist and songwriter Steffany Gretzinger is releasing her newest offering, “The Narrow Way,” on July 7. Today, she has released the title track along with the lyric video. Click here to listen to "The Narrow Way." 

“The Narrow Way” features eight new songs that were birthed from prayers in the secret place as well as from conversations around the table with her family and friends. This new album follows her “Forever Amen” (2020) and “Faith of My Father” (2021) projects. Her hope is that “the Lord would take these songs as far as he wants, and that people will use them to minister to the heart of God, giving the lamb the reward of our praise that he deserves.”

Gretzinger is known for her honest and thoughtful lyrics with stirring melodies to lead a passion-filled generation to the Lord. Her heart is to minister to the Lord first, giving him joy and adoration. 



More About Steffany Gretzinger

Growing up with pastoral parents who were both musical and devoted to the church, she moved from Iowa to Redding, California, to be part of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Her voice was introduced as a part of the Bethel Music collective, singing her first recorded song, “You Know Me,” published in 2012 on the album “The Loft Sessions.” In 2014, she released her first solo project through Bethel Music called “The Undoing,” a Billboard Magazine breakthrough release. In March 2018, Gretzinger released her second record, titled “Blackout.” In February 2019, she relocated to Nashville and became a part of Grace Center Church. She partnered with Provident Music Group in 2020 to release her third record, “Forever Amen.” Gretzinger released “Faith of My Father” in October of 2021 as a tribute to her father, who passed into glory in 2020. The album was recorded at Wooster Church of the Nazarene in Wooster, Ohio, where her father served as a pastor for almost 20 years.

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