Former “Full House” actress Candace Cameron Bure opened up about growing bolder in her faith as she gets older.
“I’ve been an outspoken Christian pretty much my whole life. I love sharing my faith with people, and I haven’t always incorporated that in the movies and television shows that I’ve been in over the last 40 years,” she explained.
Bure continued, “But if anyone knows me on a personal level or looked me up, they would know that I’m that I am a woman of faith. As I’ve gotten older, it’s just something that’s become so much more important to me to be able to share my faith within the movies that I produce and star in, as well.”
Bure has produced and starred in numerous holiday films for Great American Family such as “My Christmas Hero” and “A Christmas for the Ages.”
During the interview, she revealed what makes the network stand out against Hollywood.
“What sets our network apart is that we really focus on family, faith, and country,” she shared. “We’re incorporating a lot more faith into our movies, and that, for me as a Christian woman, has been so important.”
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Additionally, Bure explained, “While not all of the films are faith-forward, you’ll see that many of them have little hints of things that people do on a regular basis, like taking time to pray, whether it’s praying before meals and before bedtime, or people just honoring God in different ways.”
“Certainly, with our Christmas movies, we remember that Jesus is the reason for the season. The birth of a Savior is why we celebrate Christmas,” she said.
“It truly is a wonderful time of the year,” she said about sharing Jesus’ love with others. “But for me, the real reason I love it so much is that it is the easiest time to share Christ with everyone because that’s what the season really is all about.”