Candace Cameron Bure Says the Bible Is Getting Her Through Everything
Interview by Evy Baehr Carroll, Movieguide® TV Host, Copy by Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor
Candace Cameron Bure told Movieguide®’s Evy Baehr Carroll that the Bible is getting her through everything surrounding COVID-19.
“I’m in my Bible every day, like that’s absolutely been getting me through everything,” Bure said in an interview with Movieguide®. “It’s just knowing where God’s truth is, and not allowing my worry or even the anxiety or the frustration that I feel that many times get to me because that’s really where the source of truth is for me, so I’m in the word every day.”
Bure’s comments touch on the scripture verse found in Matthew 6:34, “Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.”
In addition to reading the scriptures, Bure continues to work with the Salvation Army to help people during this pandemic.
“I’ve been working with the Salvation Army as their ambassador for a few years now,” Bure said. “It’s an organization that I’ve been contributing to since I was a little girl. They help over 23 million Americans every year and they are on the frontlines with COVID.”
Bure posted about her partnership with the Salvation Army on social media.
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Typically, you see me spreading cheer on #GivingTuesday during Christmas with my friends @salvationarmyus. Today, I hope you’ll join me on #GivingTuesdayNow to bring hope to the millions of Americans who are turning to The Salvation Army for help RIGHT NOW. Give a gift of hope by donating – just $25 will provide 10 meals for those who don’t have food, today. Leave a message of hope below in the comments. The Salvation Army will make sure someone who needs to hear it, does. If you’re struggling, reach out to them. They’re here to serve, all. #FightForGood #covid19
“They’re delivering meals also to people who can’t leave their homes,” said Bure. “What I love about Salvation Army’s that when you donate that money stays in your community, which is really great to know.” Bure added, “They’re doing their part and I’m doing my part by spreading the word and donating as well.”
Right now, Bure is excited about her latest AURORA TEAGARDEN movie on Hallmark and FULLER HOUSE, which airs its final episodes for the series on June 2.
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