The movie “I Still Believe” chronicles the true story of Christian music megastar Jeremy Camp — his remarkable journey of love and loss. His story illustrates that you can choose to hope in God amid great tragedy and disappointment.
Disappointments in life are hard, and they can also be dangerous. Disappointment can lead to anguish, disillusionment, bitterness, rebellion and unbelief.
Or you can turn from that path and embrace your God in the belief that He is good and has good plans, even though you cannot see what He sees. You can hope in Him. If you are God’s, if you have given yourself to Him, we have the gift he gave first to Abraham — the life of faith — until you see Him face to face.
Wait in hope, even when your desires are delayed or denied. Seek Him diligently and reach out to friends who will listen to your story and ultimately lead you back to Him. Ask Him to show you ways to help others so you can get outside yourself and receive the refreshment that serving others brings. And keep telling His story, because He will use that step of faith to remind you that He is with you and will not leave you.
We’ve developed a discussion guide that dives a little deeper into some of the themes from the movie. Perfect for use in group settings, the guide is available as a free resource.
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