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Jeremy Camp Announces National ‘I Still Believe’ Tour

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Jeremy Camp Announces National ‘I Still Believe’ Tour

By Movieguide® Staff

Grammy-nominated Christian artist Jeremy Camp announced a national tour named after his hit song and movie, I STILL BELIEVE.

“I can’t wait to get out on the road for the I Still Believe Tour in March,” Camp said. “It’s going to be an amazing sight to be worshipping again with people soon! I’m excited to have Riley Clemmons and Jordan St. Cyr, and love that they wanted to jump on board and be a part of this tour! Evangelism is such a huge part of my heart, so I want to encourage everyone to bring a friend who needs to experience the love of Jesus; that is what this night is going to be about, celebrating Jesus’ name!”

The movie I STILL BELIEVE is based on Camp’s hit song about holding on to his faith after his first wife died of cancer.

According to the Movieguide® review:

I STILL BELIEVE is the poignant true story of the famous Christian singer Jeremy Camp’s marriage to Melissa. Jeremy leaves his home to go to college in California, where his music idol, Jean-Luc, went. At a concert, he meets Jean-Luc, tells him how much he adores his music and asks him for help with his career. Jean-Luc gives Jeremy a job to hand him his second guitar during the performance. During a concert, Jeremy falls for a young student named Melissa. As the story progresses, Jean-Luc helps Jeremy with his career, and Melissa falls in love with Jeremy. When Jeremy goes home for Christmas, he finds out Melissa is in hospital for stage 3 cancer.  I STILL BELIEVE is a beautiful movie. It’s very well edited and captivating, although it even violates some rules of filmmaking. Melissa’s struggling with cancer is extremely painful. Jeremy’s commitment shows an incredible manifestation of Christian sacrificial love. The music is great, especially the last end credit song to Jesus. MOVIEGUIDE® advises caution for younger children for I STILL BELIEVE because of the heartrending scenes of Melissa’s cancer. 

Movieguide® honored I STILL BELIEVE with the Epiphany Prize® for Inspiring Movies during the 2021 REELZ program MOVIEGUIDE®’S MOVIES THAT INSPIRE.

“I think everything with the movie made us think about, in a sense, the future and what God was doing with me and Adrienne through this,” Jeremy previously told Movieguide®. “Sharing our story and what God taught us through marriage and in our life was a massive next step.”

I STILL BELIEVE debuted the weekend before the United States went into lockdowns for the COVID-19 pandemic.

After two years, Camp going on tour is a positive sign that many Americans are beginning to return to their normal lives and enjoy live music again.