Despite a pandemic release date, Jon Erwin's I Still Believe is bringing people to know God from their couches rather than their theatre seats.

The true-life story of Jeremy Camp shared on film was released in theatres March 13, just two days after the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 to be a pandemic, Christian Headlines reports.


But a pandemic may have been the most fitting circumstances to release the moving biopic. Depicting musician Jeremy Camp's marriage to his first wife, Melissa, who died from cancer, I Still Believe has been a movie for people to lean on in the middle of lockdown, beyond its entertainment value.

"We keep hearing stories of people coming to faith in Christ or being encouraged by the movie or finding hope while watching the movie," Erwin says.