The word of God "means everything" to the Christian actress.
Candace Cameron Bure has long been very open about her faith. In fact, the star of Netflix's Fuller House and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries' Aurora Teagarden Mysteries is one of the most outspoken Believers in Hollywood.
She first shot to fame as a child star on ABC's Full House - the prequel series to Fuller House - where she played D.J. Tanner from 1987 to 1995. And a love of acting obviously runs in the family, because not only is her older brother Kirk Cameron an actor, but now her 21-year old daughter, Natasha Bure, is following in her footsteps, having already appeared in several TV movies and this year's faith-based film Faith, Hope & Love.
Natasha's career choice is something Cameron Bure is proud of. In an interview with Fox News, she does acknowledge that there are lots of temptations in Hollywood, but points to her faith as the anchor she and her daughter hold to.
"We're Christians. The Bible means everything to me. So church is an important part of our lives and our family values that are based in our faith."
Sounds like Natasha is in good hands, as are her two younger brothers - Maksim, 17, and Lev, 19 - though neither of them has any interest in acting. According to Candace Cameron Bure, they both find the entertainment industry "incredibly boring."
She has lots more to say about her career, family and other interests, and you can check out the entire Fox interview via this link.