I Still Believe: Movie Review and Giveaway

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.

Movie info and review mashup...

I Still Believe, rated PG,  was released in Theaters earlier this year on March 13th but was rushed to video on demand(3/27/20) following theater shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. It's a shame because it is a beautiful film and I would have loved to have seen it on the big screen.

I don't know if you know much about Jeremy Camp. Before this movie, I just knew that I really enjoyed his music. I had not followed his story and vaguely remembered that his wife, Melissa,  had had ovarian cancer. Maybe I'm just getting old, but somehow I don't remember hearing the story of his loss. If you are a fan or have been to one of his concerts, you may already be familiar with the story...or parts of it that are covered in the movie. 

After having the opportunity to preview the movie, I now know, as they say...the rest of the story. A story that is both heartbreaking and hopeful. A story of love, faith, struggle, loss, heartbreak, redemption, and restoration. 

Jeremy's story is really Melissa's story. In the telling of her story, we are given a glimpse into the lives of two young people who  put their faith and trust in Jesus, who walk through the kind of trials that can wreck a person's faith, and yet are able to say as Job did, "Yet will I trust Him."

Just in case you, like me, have had your head in the sand and don't already know the full story, no worries...I don't want to spoil it for you so I will refrain from sharing it here. Suffice it to say...I am so glad that Jeremy has written his memoir so that it could be made into this truly inspiring film. 

At the beginning of the movie, there is a point where Jeremy asks Jean-Luc, lead singer of The Kry who later becomes his mentor, how to 'make it' in the music industry.   Jean-Luc replies, "It's not about making it. It's about what our songs give people." He goes on to tell him, "Write what you care about...what you're afraid of...the truth...write what you love."  As the movie progresses I realized that this is exactly what Jeremy has done...with his music and with his life. 

Here is a spotlight video with Jeremy on the making of the film. 

There is a message that shines brightly within Melissa and Jeremy's story.  Putting our faith and trust in Jesus does not mean we will bi-pass the trials and suffering in this life. Suffering is a refining fire. It not only tests our faith but shapes our character, and prepares us for the journey to a higher calling. 

As Melissa said, 
Suffering doesn't destroy faith, it refines it.
But you have a choice to make. Will you choose to walk through the fire trusting that He is walking with you?  When you are broken will you walk by faith? When you cannot see the journey ahead will you walk by faith...or will you just walk away?

I would encourage you to watch this movie. I sometimes avoid movies that make me cry. And yes, this movie made me cry. But I would watch again today if I still had access to the link that was provided to preview the movie...and I will watch it again when I get the movie. 

 I believe it will touch your heart and perhaps make you think a bit more deeply about your own life story...your loss, your doubts, your struggles, and your faith. And to know through it all...there is hope!

Official Movie Trailer

As of today's date, May 5th, I Still Believe is available on Blu-Ray, DVD, and digitally. You can get your copy here: I Still Believe Movie Website

Here's another  exclusive clip from the movie, courtesy of Lev3L

Here's the Giveaway...

  • FREE digital edition of I Still Believe**
  • I Still Believe pop socket(for your smartphone)
  • I Still Believe wristband
  • Exclusive Q&A with Jeremy Camp(via video)
***Prime Video or comparable(platform TBD)
Just leave a comment on the blog...below, and then come back here to the Rafflecopter entry form to do all the things to be entered in the contest.


  1. it was a good movie, i like to watch it again

    1. Yes, it was. Thanks for entering the giveaway. Good luck.

  2. I'd love to win this movie.

  3. I would love to win this movie.

  4. I would love to win this movie.

    1. I'm glad you were able to get your entries in, friend! Yay!

  5. I loved this movie! Ryan took me for my birthday. The scene where they are in the planetarium makes me cry because that’s the God that made me and loves me too ❤️

  6. I love Jeremy Camp's music and have seen him live. He is great and I know some of his story but wpuld love to see this movie and learn mlre about him!

    1. HI Dwight,

      Make sure you enter the giveaway on the form above by entering your email and doing what you can there. That is what tracks the contestants. Good luck!

  7. I would like see the movie because of the inspiration and story of Jeremy Camp.


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