Jeremy Camp: In Hard Times, God is Still Faithful – “I Still Believe” Gives Hope in Crisis

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This is the perfect message for today’s crisis!

Grammy-nominated Christian music artist Jeremy Camp talks to ChurchPOP English editor Jacqueline Burkepile about his autobiographical movie, I Still Believe.

I Still Believe tells the story of Camp’s first wife, Melissa, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in college. It explores their love story, and dives into his journey with the Lord during a heartbreaking time in his life.

“I wanted to be with her no matter what,” Camp said. “I don’t want to give too much away, but it’s a hard ending…But you don’t end up watching the movie going, ‘Oh, I feel hopeless now. That was a downer.’

“You end up going, ‘Okay God, you are so faithful. Look what you did in the midst of a hard time.’”

“I Still Believe” is now in theaters.

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