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As a singer, worship leader, wife of recording artist Jeremy Camp and mother to daughters Isabella, 5 and Arianne, 3, Adie Camp’s plate is full each day. And she wouldn’t have it any other way. viewers now have a chance to gain a trusted friend by participating in Ask Adie.

gmc’s Ask Adie is in part fashioned after the most popular and widely syndicated column in the world, Dear Abby. In the same way that Abby offers ‘uncommon’ common sense and a youthful perspective, so will Adie.

Fans can submit their questions and Adie will answer a selection via video blog, peppering everyday problems with an eternal perspective. In addition she will answer as many questions as possible in written form here at

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Bridgette Williams in Charlotte, NC writes...

Hi Adie! First, I would like to say PRAISE GOD for your blessing of you heaven sent baby boy that's coming! On a personal note, my husband and I have been trying to have a baby for three and a half years now and we are still believing God is going to fulfill His promise of giving us a child! It's been rough, but God is still able! I bought your worship CD in September of 2010. I saw the interview where you spoke of your loss, and I was so heartbroken for you. God had already laid it on my heart to pray for two other women I knew who were longing for a child as well, so right away I added you to those women I prayed for every week. I fasted and prayed for you and Jeremy every week. I was so overjoyed to hear that God had blessed you and your family with a baby boy! Praise God! My husband is a musician and I help him on occasion. So, my question is ... how do you as a wife take care of everything you need to take care of and still encourage your husband in his music and even be his partner in music? You have to be Superwoman! THANKS!

Hi Bridgette,
Thank you so much for your email and your sweet prayers. We are so blessed to be expanding our family! God is so faithful and so good. The answer to your question is not an easy one... :) Jeremy and I have definitely learned from trial and error over the last 9 years of doing this together. The most important thing to both of us, is that we put the Lord first in our lives. The moment I start expecting Jeremy to fulfill things in my heart that he wasn't made to do, is when we get into conflict. We are blessed to have an amazing support system in our church and with our extended families. We are surrounded by incredible people who are ministry and eternally minded, which always keeps us on the right track. I've learned and am still learning to prioritize things in our home. I try to listen to the Holy Spirit's voice in directing and leading me in my role in our home. Lots of prayer!! :) Love, Adie

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