Actress Natasha Bure: ‘I Want to Find My Identity in Christ’
By Tess Farrand, Associate Content Editor
Despite growing up in Hollywood, former Movieguide® Awards host, influencer and actress Natasha Bure is clinging to her faith.
“For me, I want to find my identity in Christ,” said daughter of FULLER HOUSE actress Candace Cameron Bure to The Christian Post.
“At the end of the day, I think there are so many times in my life where you get exposed to certain things, or you kind of get used to a certain lifestyle and it’s really easy to get off track, but at the end of the day, when you think about what’s important to you, you really need to ground yourself in that,” Bure said.
Bure’s mother paved a great faith-filled path for her daughter to follow.
Bure believes that her “guarded” upbringing is why she’s not tempted to stray from her faith in Jesus in the entertainment industry.
“I wasn’t given an overly excessive amount of freedom where I could do whatever I [wanted],” Bure told Fox News in recent years. “I think because of that, I don’t really get tempted too much in Hollywood.”
Bure’s parents set her up for success perhaps without even knowing she would be such a social media personality in her late teens and early twenties.
Bure has 139k subscribers on her YouTube channel and 441k followers on her Instagram page. Through her platforms, Bure tries to be a role model for her followers.
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Happy International Women’s Day ❤️ I am really blessed to have such phenomenal women and role models in my life. I don’t have many photos with my friends because usually we’re enjoying the moment, so here are a few of the random ones I do have 🙂 To all the special women in my life, I love you and you know the rest 😘
In between her vlog and social media content, Bure found time to star in the Kairos Prize-nominated movie HOME SWEET HOME which has a very strong Christian worldview.
According to Movieguide®‘s review:
HOME SWEET HOME is a cute romantic comedy with strong faith-based content that drives the characters’ decisions. The acting could be better, but Christ is uplifted and glorified throughout the movie. Ultimately, HOME SWEET HOME is a good movie for teenagers and young adults, because it’s about finding faith while looking for love. As such, it’s both edifying and enjoyable. For all these reasons, MOVIEGUIDE® finds HOME SWEET HOME positively delightful.
It seems as though Bure, like her mother before her, has a heart for edifying Jesus is both her career and personal life. Thanks for setting such a great example!Do you enjoy articles like this? Click here to become a monthly partner and receive 15 movies for free!