Episode 132 • Jeremy & Adrienne Camp: How to Navigate Tragedy & Suffering

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  • Shalon Palmer

 

Life sucks sometimes & is filled with unexpected setbacks, tragedies, & suffering. Obviously, no one enjoys these experiences, so we create beliefs and even theologies that help us explain away & avoid walking through suffering.

Suffering is an inevitable part of the human experience. Even when you look at scripture, you cannot separate suffering from the life of the believer. That’s why this week’s guests are so perfect for this conversation.

Jeremy & Adrienne Camp are no strangers to suffering, but because of it have seen so many beautiful sides of the Lord that most don’t get to experience. The insights presented here in this conversation reflects decades of journeying with the Lord that you cannot afford to miss out on.

Mentioned in the Episode:

New Album – “The Worship Project”

“I Still Believe” the Movie

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