Adrienne Camp: Stay Rooted in God in Every Season of Life

By TJ Petrino   •   April 24, 2021

Adrienne Camp at podium with vase of green and white flowers in front of her
Adrienne Camp is a South African singer, songwriter and author, and has been married for 17 years to fellow Christian artist Jeremy Camp. She was the special guest at the Billy Graham Library's 14th annual Ladies Tea, held April 24 at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association headquarters in Charlotte, North Carolina. Adrienne's mother was saved at a Billy Graham Crusade years ago in South Africa.
Family of women poses in front of window with trees in background
Adrienne Camp shared from Isaiah 58 about being filled by God, a well that never runs dry. Within months of getting married at age 22, Adrienne moved to a different state, quit her dream job and became pregnant. From walking red carpets to changing diapers, from realizing dreams to setting aside others, she told stories of how God has been with her during every season and how He is the only source of an abundant life.
Room full of ladies sitting at colorful tables
Despite the rain, more than 260 guests attended one of two sold-out seatings. Thousands more watched via Facebook Live. Many took the free Journey of Faith tour at the Billy Graham Library following the event. The Gospel-centered tour chronicles the life and ministry of Billy Graham and how God can use anyone surrendered to Him.
Two small glasses, each with a different dessert
Beautifully adorned tables, a light lunch, delicious desserts and—of course—tea awaited each guest.
Woman speaking at podium
Is Christ the center of your life? He can be. Begin here.
Friends stand together and smile
The women who attended left encouraged and inspired to stay connected to God. “Blessed is the man who trusts in the Lord, whose trust is the Lord. He is like a tree planted by water, that sends out its roots by the stream, and does not fear when heat comes, for its leaves remain green, and is not anxious in the year of drought, for it does not cease to bear fruit.” —Jeremiah 17:7-8
Woman with fancy side hat sits and listens
In a culture of drive-thrus and quick fixes, we can easily get frustrated and lose hope if we don't see immediate results. The afternoon message kept coming back to the importance of being rooted in God and looking to Him for guidance instead of trying to take the wheel.
Adrienne Camp signs a book
Many who attended took home one of Adrienne's books. Her children's book, Even Me: The Adventure of Two Girls Reaching Out to Share God’s Love, is based on her daughters' mission trip to Uganda and spiritual lessons learned there.