When Jeremy Camp’s first album, Stay, first released I was unaware of the struggle and faith behind the album. It wasn’t until years later that I learned about the pain behind he lyrics of I Still Believe.
When I heard Jeremy’s story for the first time I thought, “Someone should make a movie about this,” and that’s exactly what happened.
About the Film
One love can change your life. One life can change the world. From the creators of I Can Only Imagine comes an inspiring love story for the ages. Rediscover the wonder of love in I Still Believe, based on the real-life story of chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp.
Genre: drama, inspirational, romance Rating: PG Run time: 1:56 Starring: starring KJ Apa (Riverdale, A Dog’s Purpose), Britt Robertson (A Dog’s Purpose, The Space Between Us, Tomorrowland), Gary Sinise (Forrest Gump, Apollo 13, CSI) and Shania Twain. Available on Blu-ray, DVD, & Digital May 5, 2020.
The film was the #2 new movie, its opening weekend (3/13/2020) and the #3 movie overall for the week. It was rushed to video on demand (3/27/20), following theater shutdowns during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Truth time: I hardly ever use a physical Bible. Nearly all of my devotional reading and studying is done on my computer, smartphone, or tablet. I use a physical Bible when I occasionally teach at church and pull one out when I don’t want to have a screen in my face.
When I use a physical Bible, it is a multi-sensory experience. The scent and texture of the material, combined with the sounds of turning pages and seeing the words help to emboss what I’m reading into my heart and mind. Nearly all of my senses are engaged when I use a physical Bible rather than a virtual one and each Bible that I own provides its own unique experience.
Movies have been used for years as a way to reach people with the gospel. However, in some countries, unapproved religious content isn’t permitted.
Allegories like The Pilgrim’s Progress can subvert the censors in countries where preaching the Gospel is prohibited and give missionaries tools to share the love of Christ with people who desperately need it.
About Pilgrim’s Progress
The Pilgrim’s Progress has been translated into over 200 languages, has never been out of print and has sold over 200 million copies – more copies than any Christian book, next to the Bible. Written in 1678 by John Bunyan while in prison for holding religious services, The Pilgrim’s Progress is often cited as the greatest allegory ever written.