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  • Writer's pictureThomas Bonifield

Candace Cameron Bure Declares Sharing Her Faith the "Most Precious Thing"

The actress and headliner of Great American Family channel is among the most outspoken Christians in Hollywood.

Candace Cameron Bure takes a break during production of "Unsung Hero," which releases in theaters later in spring.
Candace Cameron Bure takes a break during production of "Unsung Hero," which releases in theaters in spring. Image: Kingdom Story Company/Lionsgate/from Instagram.

Candace Cameron Bure rarely misses an opportunity to speak publicly about her commitment to Christ, as we have reported over the years. The latest venue was this year's Movieguide Awards show to honor faith-based and family-friendly films and television shows.


During an interview on the red carpet, the 47-year-old wife and mother of three adult children made clear that sharing her faith is a priority, stating, "That is where my heart is." Bure, who is not only Great American Family's top star but also the cable channel's Chief Content Officer, then underlined just how important it is to her.

"The most precious thing to me in the world is to share my faith. And, whether I'm doing that in conversation or through my films, it's my mission in life."

Though most of her work as an actress involves made-for-TV movies for her aforementioned channel, she will appear this year in a feature film called Unsung Hero, which she also co-produced. The movie tells the difficult coming-to-America story of For King + Country musicians Joel and Luke Smallbone together with their family. The film is co-written and co-directed by Joel, who plays the part of his father in the production, and it releases in theaters on April 26th.



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