After almost seven years of not producing any new music, Cheri Keaggy, with the help of her uncle, Phil Keaggy, will come back to the music scene with the release of her new album, What I Know To Be True.

The album is inspired by the achievements and the struggles that Keaggy experienced in the past years, such as losing her father three and a half years ago.

"I couldn't even begin to think about recording new music, and yet God was bringing fruit and inspiring the songs," says Keaggy on YouTube.

Keaggy shares that this album is made to show that you can grow from your hardships, as God is always walking with you through every part of your life.

"It's proof of God's ability to take a broken heart and heal it."

From feeling broken to being able to write and produce music again, Keaggy said that while working on this album and taking time to be with God she feels like there has been a transformation. 

"He's writing a bigger story, we're living our little stories and it's truly humbling to be a part of that story."

The album has 15 songs, and it will be released on June 3rd.

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