“Colossians 2:13-14 speaks of our lives before Christ as being ‘dead.’ There was a time I felt emotionally and spiritually dead, but then God changed me radically,” said Camp. “That is why I’m excited to share ‘Dead Man Walking’ – because it’s a song of thankfulness that even though I was once a ‘dead man walking’ I’m now a man ‘walking with God.’”
Camp recently wrapped the Hits Deep Tour with TobyMac this Spring, and is also heavily involved with the biopic feature film about his life, “I Still Believe,” which chronicles Camp’s personal story of love, loss and faith. “I Still Believe” is being produced by the Erwin Brothers’ (I Can Only Imagine, Woodlawn) newly-formed studio, Kingdom, in association with Lionsgate and is scheduled for a March 2020 release.
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Source: Jeremy Camp