I STILL BELIEVE

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    Train up a child in the way he should go,

    And when he is old he will not depart from it.

    Proverbs 22:6

    New Movie Gives Hope to Parents

    In I STILL BELIEVE, the new movie from the creators of I Can Only Imagine, we meet Jeremy Camp (played by KJ Apa)—long before he becomes a chart-topping singer. In fact, when we first meet Jeremy, he’s getting ready to head across country to start college in California.

    Jeremy’s parents, Tom and Terri (played by Gary Sinise and Shania Twain), are hard-working people of faith living in small-town mid-America.

    Like parents everywhere, seeing their son off to college is emotionally challenging for Tom and Terri. But as they bid their son farewell at the bus depot, they don’t focus on their loss; instead, they bless him with a gift that will help launch his journey: a brand-new guitar.

    In the movie, we see the Camps have two other sons, including the youngest who has physical challenges. Their journey is a powerful reminder that parenting is not for the faint of heart; but what else will we ever do that is more rewarding?

    There’s nothing as beautiful as watching your faith in Christ begin to take root in your children. Then, as they continue to grow in their own faith, your joy only increases as you see it play out in their daily lives as they move on.

    Whether you have a tween, a teen, or your kids now have kids of their own, we’d encourage you to invite them to experience I STILL BELIEVE with you. The Camp family will remind you that while life can be challenging and outcomes might not be what we hope (and pray) for them to be, if we stay focused on Christ, we can echo Jeremy Camp when he sings, “I still believe!”

    I STILL BELIEVE opens in theaters everywhere on Friday, March 13. You can learn more and get your tickets at https://istillbelievemovie.com.

     

     

    Women of Faith is a global ministry, specializing in the use of all forms of media & technology, as a conduit to connect people to people and exponentially grow friends and community globally and to create disciples 24/7, 365 days per year.  This allows Women of Faith to reach more people and to have more impact in growing God’s Kingdom.  Women of Faith is also committed to carrying the legacy of wisdom, story and authenticity, by providing various media, initiatives, resources, events, courses, studies, partnerships and programs.  These are utilized in delivering spiritual strength, life leadership, real relationships and to encourage and equip women to experience a deeper relationship with Jesus. Women of Faith's Foundational Voice is Alita Reynolds. 

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    Train up a child in the way he should go,

    And when he is old he will not depart from it.

    Proverbs 22:6

    New Movie Gives Hope to Parents

    In I STILL BELIEVE, the new movie from the creators of I Can Only Imagine, we meet Jeremy Camp (played by KJ Apa)—long before he becomes a chart-topping singer. In fact, when we first meet Jeremy, he’s getting ready to head across country to start college in California.

    Jeremy’s parents, Tom and Terri (played by Gary Sinise and Shania Twain), are hard-working people of faith living in small-town mid-America.

    Like parents everywhere, seeing their son off to college is emotionally challenging for Tom and Terri. But as they bid their son farewell at the bus depot, they don’t focus on their loss; instead, they bless him with a gift that will help launch his journey: a brand-new guitar.

    In the movie, we see the Camps have two other sons, including the youngest who has physical challenges. Their journey is a powerful reminder that parenting is not for the faint of heart; but what else will we ever do that is more rewarding?

    There’s nothing as beautiful as watching your faith in Christ begin to take root in your children. Then, as they continue to grow in their own faith, your joy only increases as you see it play out in their daily lives as they move on.

    Whether you have a tween, a teen, or your kids now have kids of their own, we’d encourage you to invite them to experience I STILL BELIEVE with you. The Camp family will remind you that while life can be challenging and outcomes might not be what we hope (and pray) for them to be, if we stay focused on Christ, we can echo Jeremy Camp when he sings, “I still believe!”

    I STILL BELIEVE opens in theaters everywhere on Friday, March 13. You can learn more and get your tickets at https://istillbelievemovie.com.

     

     

    Women of Faith is a global ministry, specializing in the use of all forms of media & technology, as a conduit to connect people to people and exponentially grow friends and community globally and to create disciples 24/7, 365 days per year.  This allows Women of Faith to reach more people and to have more impact in growing God’s Kingdom.  Women of Faith is also committed to carrying the legacy of wisdom, story and authenticity, by providing various media, initiatives, resources, events, courses, studies, partnerships and programs.  These are utilized in delivering spiritual strength, life leadership, real relationships and to encourage and equip women to experience a deeper relationship with Jesus. Women of Faith's Foundational Voice is Alita Reynolds. 


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