Photographer: Sarah Sidwell. Adie: My name is Adrienne aka Adie Camp. I was born and raised in South Africa, but moved to America when I was 19 years old to be a part of the music industry here in Nashville — I was the lead singer of the band The Benjamin Gate. We toured around the country, and I actually met my husband, Jeremy Camp, while touring. We have been married for almost 15 years and have three awesome kids — Isabella, 14, Arianne, 12, and Egan, 7. Adie: Life at home is significantly busier and different from our life on the road. At home I wake up early and have my quiet time with the Lord before the kids wake up, and when everyone is awake we start school together. Each year has looked a little different depending on the season we are in; which I am a huge advocate for. As a homeschooler it is completely OK to have certain seasons look different from the others, and to enjoy the flexibility that you have! We usually have a big box that we haul into the venues daily, and we set up little stations in a room to do school.
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They met over a prayer. BEC recording artist Jeremy Camp, also on the tour, approached Liesching backstage to let her know that he had been praying for her. Increasingly together in their free time, the two found themselves becoming more interested in growing closer to one another — especially as each realized how intent the other was upon growing closer to God. Friends began to notice and comment on the growing camaraderie between Liesching and Camp. It became evident that there was more than just a friendship on the line. Neither of them were willing to play games — they wanted to be honest with one another from the start. So they discussed their relationship right away. So straightaway, we were on the same page. Liesching and Camp were married Dec.
Jeremy and wife, Adrienne, have written a new book, In Unison. Adrienne was the lead singer for the Christian rock band, The Benjamin Gate. The two met while on tour together.
In fact, the film is based on his memoir I Still Believe , published in The book offers a more in-depth look at Camp's life, including his childhood, the loss of his first wife Melissa Henning, and his relationship with God. During an interview with WAY Nation , he described being present for the filming of some of the hospital scenes. At one point, I literally was watching a hospital scene and I broke down.