|In a Gospel Way|
|Studio album by|
|George Jones chronology|
In a Gospel Way is an album by American country music artist George Jones, released in 1974 on the Epic Records label.
Jones affinity for gospel music dated back to his childhood when he learned to play the guitar at the church where his mother Clara played piano. This was Jones fifth collection of spiritual music; he had recorded three on his own (the first dating back to 1959) and one with his wife Tammy Wynette titled We Love To Sing About Jesus in 1972. AllMusic states that "Although producer Billy Sherrill's use of billowy string arrangements, crying steel guitar and the Jordanaires and Nashville Edition as background vocalists makes Gospel Way a neat, countrypolitan package, Possum's pain radiates clearly in songs such as 'Mama's Hands' and 'Release Me (From My Sin).'