By Message Staff
LAFAYETTE, La. (LBM) – A special screening of the highly anticipated movie “I Still Believe” will be shown following the Monday, January 27 session of the Louisiana Baptist Evangelism Conference at First Baptist Church in Lafayette.
The free screening will take place in the Fellowship Hall, Louisiana Baptists Communication Director John Kyle told the Baptist Message. Refreshments will be available for purchase with proceeds benefiting the First Baptist Christian School.
According to the movie website, the film chronicles the true story of Christian contemporary artist Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss. Camp’s first wife, Melissa, died Feb. 1, 2001, from ovarian cancer. The two had been married less than four months.
“I Still Believe” was written and produced by Andrew and Jon Erwin, who also created such films as “I Can Only Imagine” and “Woodlawn.” Seventeen magazine recently voted the film as the most romantic movie of 2020.