I Still Believe–Movie Review

This film truly has it all:

  • Inspiring music
  • Some beautiful cinematography
  • Difficult decisions
  • Self-sacrificing love
  • A seemingly miraculous cure
  • Peace in the face of suffering
  • The power of prayer
  • Tragedy
  • Lives that are transformed
  • A happy ending

You will experience a roller coaster of emotions as the story unfolds:  anticipation, love, grief, fear, disappointment, despair, anxiety, elation, peace and more.

Best of all, this is not just a Hollywood tear jerker, it is based on the life of contemporary Christian singer and composer, Jeremy Camp.  The main message — questions remain, but faith endures.  God has a plan, and we can trust Him.  I think most people will come away feeling that their faith has been strengthened.

VERDICT:  5 Stars.  Entertaining and insightful.

Here’s the theme:

For more Christian movies, see these posts:

The War Room – it’s all about prayer

I Can Only Imagine

Overcomer–Movie Review


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About jculler1972

My husband is the retired pastor of St. Paul's Free Lutheran Church in Leitersburg, Maryland. I have two grown daughters, three grandchildren and am retired after a career in Purchasing. I have published articles in The Lutheran Ambassador, Lutheran Witness, and Lutheran Digest. My Bible study on the Book of Acts was published in 2016 by the Women's Missionary Federation of the AFLC(Association of Free Lutheran Churches).

5 thoughts on “I Still Believe–Movie Review

  1. I agree totally. Jeremy Camp has a great gift for singing, and God has brought him through some very trying times. Great film!!! Had me in tears! God bless you 🙂


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