“Full House” star Candace Cameron Bure is a proud Christian and has been one since she was twelve. She credits her faith for holding her more than two decades of marriage together.
She is happily married to Russian NHL hockey player Valeri Bure, and they are blessed with three kids: Natasha Bure, Maksim Bure, and Lev Bure.
Natasha seems to be walking in the steps of her mother both regarding entertainment and her faith as she recently announced her baptism via Instagram.
Candace Cameron Bure Cries Her Heart Out Following Natasha’s Baptism Announcement
Natasha shared a three-second black-and-white mini-video showing her being baptized by a minister who dipped her into a pool of water.
She exclaimed below the post, “God is GOOD! Today was a special day. @shepherdchurch @dudleyrutherford Livin for the Lord!!”
The video got lots of views and comments from well-wishers. Her mom and Dudley Rutherford were among her supporters as they wrote cheering words in the comments.
Candace wrote, “I’m still crying my eyes out. Praise the Lord. This mama is overwhelmed by God’s goodness and grace. I love you, baby.”
On the other hand, Rutherford declared that the journey had begun while thanking Natasha for her faith and for being an exemplary figure. He also shared some bible verses from the new testament of the Bible.
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Other fans of the younger Bure, including noted persons like Bella Mayo, Tyler Merritt, Aaron Carpenter, and Nikki Phillippi, filled the comments with red heart emojis and congratulated her for making the decision.
Around the same period, Candace posted the same video of her daughter’s baptism and stated that her heart was overwhelmed by God’s goodness and grace.
She congratulated her daughter and thanked Rutherford and Shepherd Church. The actress also wrote that nothing surpassed that day as she proudly announced her three kids’ faith in Christ.
The talk show panelist shared, “My three adult children have now all professed their faith, love, service, and devotion to Jesus Christ; Lord of Lords, King of Kings, Savior of the world.”
She concluded the caption with a bible verse that read, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”
Rutherford took to the comments to commend her and her husband’s ability to raise three children to love the Lord, which was not an easy feat, especially with the current lifestyle.
Under the post, other supporters like Kim Gravel, Nikki DeLoach, Paula Faris, Taylor Lautner, David Harris Jr., and Jen Lilley remarked with proud words and emojis.
Not only is Natasha like her mother in her devotion to Christ, but she also began acting at a young age in 2011, when she was about thirteen. Candace started her TV career when she was just five.
The List recently shared that the 23-year-old started with minor roles just like her mom. She was featured in productions like “Make It or Break It,” “The Heart of Christmas,” and an episode of “Fuller House.”
However, in 2017, she landed a major role as Candace’s daughter Piper in “Switched for Christmas.” This year, she will play a younger Aurora Teagarden in Hallmark’s “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries.”
Her mother was proud of her daughter’s achievement, and she shared a flashback post on Instagram with a peep of “Aurora Teagarden Mysteries: Haunted By Murder.”
“The View” Former Co-Host Does Not Have A Memorable Experience On Talk Show
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Candace previously revealed that her brief time as the co-host of the renowned daytime talk show “The View” was pretty difficult and she felt relieved not to be part of the show again. She was a co-host for seasons nineteen and twenty.
As The Blast reported last year, the author spoke about the period on ABC’s “Behind The Table Podcast.”
The show’s schedule was chaotic, and it took a toll on her emotional health. She also mentioned that she was stressed and had PTSD as it was hard to manage the emotional trauma.
The experience was more challenging due to the controversial topics talked about daily and the pressure that came with representing conservatives.
Despite the not-so-memorable experience, Candace had a few good days on the show and would not mind returning as a guest host.