New album and book from Jeremy Camp

Jeremy Camp's highly anticipated studio project, Reckless, is coming out from BEC Recordings on 12 February.

It's his first studio album release since his Grammy-nominated release, Speaking Louder Than Before, back in 2008.

As the title suggests, this album draws from a desire to live his life recklessly for God.

Jeremy finds inspiration in the life of Paul and his decision to return to Lystra to share the Gospel, despite having been stoned and left for dead in the city just days earlier.

"[Paul] wasn't being crazy for crazy's sake, saying 'I don't care what's going to happen. I just want to go.' No, when you feel God calling you to do something, you have to be obedient. And that's the difference. Paul was just obedient. That's what reckless is," he explains.

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Coinciding with the album is the release of his new book, I Still Believe, from Tyndale Publishers.

It's a personal account of faith through the ups and downs of life, from his impoverished childhood, through rebellious teenage years, his spiritual awakening at Bible College, the tragic loss of his first wife, Melissa, to cancer, and the new chance at love he got with his second wife, Adrienne.

Watch the video for the album's title track here

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