Candace Cameron Bure opens up about her faith and her conversion to Christianity. We all know her from her role as D. J. Tanner on the television hit series Full House that she played from ages 10 to 18.
‘“I would say I became a Christian or at least I asked Jesus to be the lord of my life at 12 years old.” It wasn’t until she was in her 20s that her faith really began to resonate. Her brother, “Growing Pains” actor Kirk Cameron, gave her a book — Ray Comfort’s “The Way of the Master” — and it was then, she said, that Christianity truly began to make sense to her’ she told theblaze.com.
Bure with her family
Kirk Cameron’s younger sister Bure, now 37, is married to a former pro hockey player Valery Bure, who is also a believer. They have 3 children. The actress maintains that “My faith is my basis of who I am. Not only does it affect the choices I make career-wise, but it also effects the things that I want to do,” – theblaze.com
Bure’s fellow cast members in the TV series Full House
In addition to acting, Bure is an author. She has written a New York Times Best Seller Book, Reshaping It All: Motivation for Physical and Spiritual Fitness. Her second book, Balancing It All: My Story of Juggling Priorities and Purpose was published in January 2014
Candace Cameron Bure Shares Her Faith