Jeremy Camp says his 11th studio album, The Story’s Not Over, is his most vulnerable record yet.

Camp dropped his newest album on Friday with a great response to his collection of songs. 

"This album series and what's been going on in my life right now is like, there's such a refreshing, crazy new thing in my heart that God's doing," Camp says to the Christian Post.

“A lot of it is because this movie has brought up a lot, kind of the journey back of what God has done in my life. It has been really incredible because I would say that besides my first record, this is probably the most vulnerable record that I've written."

The film about Camp's career and first marriage, I Still Believe, is set to release in March 2020.

"You're not going to find the freedom unless you completely surrender."

Camp says he went through “a really tough time” last year that has inspired songs like 'Father.'

"I lay it all on the table and there's a part where I say, 'I'm on the verge of a breakdown.'"

He says that line comes directly from his own life experience. "I went through a really tough time last year, where there was just a lot of things going on. But God was my healer. Stuff like that where I'm going, 'I see why you were preparing me for this moment.'”

'Dead Man Walking,' another single from Camp's latest album is inspired by Colossians 2:13–14.

“It's this whole perpetual understanding of what God has done,” Camp says.

“There's a lyric in the song that says 'freedom was something I never found, trying to find it 6 feet in the ground.' It's a very picturesque way to say, 'When I wasn't serving the Lord, or whatever your situation may be, you're not going to find the freedom unless you completely surrender.'”

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“Dead Man Walking” was the first song we ever released off my new album “The Story’s Not Over” and its been powerful to read all your comments and hear all your stories. The full album is out now and I can’t wait for you to hear it! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Open @applemusic and listen to “The Story’s Not Over” today.

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