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Tragic Story Behind New Jeremy Camp Movie ‘I Still Believe’

Jeremy Camp has endured a family tragedy, and his testimony of that loss has gone on to not only inspire an iconic worship song, but also is the inspiration behind the blockbuster major motion picture.

We take a look at the real-life events of Jeremy's life and how those events have become the subject of the hit movie, I Still Believe.

Jeremy Camp Reflects on 'I Still Believe' Movie

Jeremy Camp and the cast of the motion picture, I Still Believe (KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Gary Sinise) each reflect on the coming together of this biopic movie based on the life and struggles Camp faced at the death of his first wife.

Priscilla Shirer Shares How 'Overcomer' Reminds Viewers to Put Their Identity in Christ

New York Times best-selling author and Bible teacher Priscilla Shirer sits down to talk with about what is now her 2nd movie with the Kendrick brothers.  She addresses her acting role in Overcomer, and what impressed her as the central themes of the film that she hopes viewers will come away with. 

Overcomer Dares to Ask, "Who Do You Think You Are?"

Overcomer, the sixth movie the Kendrick Brothers have created together, has the highest production budget of all their films at $5 million. And unsurprisingly, one can track an upward swing in quality from their first movies until now, and this film is undoubtedly their best yet....

4 Things Parents Should Know about 'Dora and the Lost City of Gold'

This is a live-action adaptation of the popular animated series Dora the Explorer. Only this time, Dora is more grown-up.

Here are four things parents should know...

5 Reasons Parents Will Love 'Toy Story 4'

The Disney/Pixar film Toy Story 4 opens up, picking up in the storyline where Toy Story 3 left us – with Woody and his friends under the care of a new owner, Bonnie.

Here are five reasons parents will love this new addition to the franchise....

10 Movies Your Kids Will Want to Watch This Summer

Everyone's Summer plans include summer movies. Hollywood releases a handful of blockbusters during fall, winter and spring, but it saves the bulk of big-budget films for the months when children are out of school. This can result in great memories (popcorn and air conditioning for one). But it also can spark family arguments (“why can’t we see that film, mom?”).
Here are 10 movies your kids likely will want to watch....

7 Things to Know about 'Godzilla: King of the Monsters'

Back in 2015, Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros. announced a new franchise of movies based on the giant mythological monsters that were popular in films of yesteryear.  Three years later, we see the development of one of its primary icons - Godzilla.

Here are seven things you should know about Godzilla: King of the Monsters

Jeremy Camp Movie, 'I Still Believe' In the Works

The directors who gave us the box office hit I Can Only Imagine, now turn their attention to producing yet another faith-based project; this time centered on singer Jeremy Camp.

How Faith-Based Films Are Taking Over Hollywood

Faith-based films have been getting bigger and better over the years. In fact, the main topic on an episode of ‘CBS Sunday Morning' is how films about the power of faith and prayer are taking over Hollywood.

Spoiler-Free Things Parents Should Know about 'Avengers: Endgame'

The only thing worse than reading spoilers for a Marvel movie is taking your children to one and then realizing you should have left them at home.  Kids, after all, love Marvel characters, but Marvel’s films aren’t always kid-friendly. 

Here, then, are seven spoiler-free things parents should know about Endgame...

4 Reasons Breakthrough Is One of the Most Inspiring Films You’ll Ever See

Breakthrough is among the best films I’ve seen. It’s also among the most inspiring.
Here are four reasons why...

'Missing Link' Will Have Children Laughing - Mom and Dad, Not So Much

This rolling, stop-motion lark still has some subtle issues that parents need to be aware of.

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Sarah Drew On How Her Marital Troubles Influenced Her Role in "Indivisible"

Actress Sarah Drew, who you may know from her role in ABC's Grey’s Anatomy for past nine years, talks about her role as "Heather Turner" in the military saga Indivisible. Sara turned to past struggles she had undergone in her own marriage as the inspiration to reflect similar strains that military life puts on marriages.

'Shazam!' is a Kinder Gentler Superhero Movie

Breaking from all the typical superhero movie formulaic destruction, Shazam! skews not just lighter and funnier, but also more responsible.  Is it a "go" for your family to watch?  Check out this review from

'Dumbo' Flies But Never Soars

There are a number of things to appreciate about Disney's rebooted, live-action version of Dumbo.  Those nice parts, however, don't quite add up to the magical whole that you might walk in expecting to find. 

Need more specifics?  Check out this review from!


A new eight-part series about the life of Jesus has premiered on the History Channel, recounting the story of Christ from his birth to his death, burial and resurrection.

Here are 4 things you should know about this series....

A Special Behind-the-Scenes Look at Disney's New 'Dumbo' Movie

Now you can enjoy a behind-the-scenes look at the all-new grand live-action adventure Dumbo that expands on the beloved classic story where differences are celebrated, family is cherished and dreams take flight.

Success from 'I Can Only Imagine' Movie Continues

It's been 1 year since the release of the box office surprise, I Can Only Imagine, based on the life of MercyMe singer Bart Millard.  Take a look back at some of the successes the film had and all the outreaches from the movie. 

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