It’s Memorial Day weekend! Let’s take a road trip. Ed Harrell, Jeremy Camp, and Christopher Yuan share their stories.
Capitol CMG artist Jeremy Camp has established himself with landmark accolades throughout his praised 13-year career. Camp has sold more than four million albums including four RIAA Gold-certified albums, a RIAA Multi-Platinum long-form video and a Gold-certified digital single (“There Will Be A Day”). At radio, Camp is recognized as a staple artist with 36 No. 1 radio hits across all formats spending more than 175 weeks at No. 1 at radio in his career. His awards and nominations comprise of aGRAMMY®-nominated project, three American Music Award nominations, four ASCAP Songwriter of the Year awards, an ASCAP Song of the Year award, and five GMA Dove Awards including two-time Male Vocalist of the Year and New Artist of the Year awards. Camp was named in Billboard’s Christian Artist of the Decade chart (No. 2) as well as five songs listed in the Top 50 Billboard Christian Songs of the Decade.
Adding author to his name, Camp penned his first book and autobiography “I Still Believe” in 2013 (Tyndale). In 2013, Jeremy founded Speaking Louder Ministries, which provides free crusade-style events and comes alongside local churches or missionaries in the countries where the Gospel needs to be heard. Locations of Speaking Louder Ministries’ trips so far include: Ukraine, Japan, Guatemala and Kyrgyzstan.
Memorial Weekend Road Trip
The Valley of the Shadow of Death
Jeremy Camp talks about one of the most pivotal events of his life-the death of his wife, Melissa. Burdened with grief, Jeremy shares how he struggled with God and even his own faith.
The Rest of the Story
Jeremy Camp talks about his burgeoning career and his second chance at love with his second wife, Adie, and their three children.
I Will Walk by Faith
Jeremy Camp recalls when he met Melissa, the pretty girl in his Bible study, their on again/off again courtship, and the cancer that had them praying with fervor and grasping for the hand of God.
The Value of a Strong Family
Christian recording artist Jeremy Camp talks about his early years in the Camp household and his parents’ radical conversion to Christianity.