In a recent interview with the Christian Post, Actress Candace Cameron Bure shared what it has been like to be filming in Hollywood during the Covid-19 pandemic.
“There are new protocols and things are a little bit slower, but it is actually a wonderful thing that they’re slower because this whole business is usually like, ‘Hurry, hurry, hurry, cram in as much as you can,'” the ‘Fuller House’ star explained. “And now we can’t do that because we have these protocols to adhere to. So it’s actually really nice; everyone gets a little extra time to do their job well and not be as rushed.”
If you’re a Hallmark Channel fan, then get excited because Bure shared that she is currently working on her ninth Christmas movie for the Hallmark Channel.
“It’s called ‘If I Only Had Christmas’ and this movie’s a little homage to the ‘Wizard of Oz,’ which is my all-time favorite movie,” she explained.
The actress and mom of three explained how important the Word of God is to keep her sane during this day in age.
“God’s Word is so important because I want to rely on God’s truth and not the things that are swirling around in my head. Because we all have fears, we all worry so much. It’s hard not to right now but God reminds us not to worry. He said, ‘What is it going to do? You’re just wasting your time, there’s nothing that we’re going to do to actually help the situation. But instead, trust in me, I will take care of you. Don’t you know that I know the amount of hairs that are on your head? I know the exact number. Don’t you know that I take care of all the birds, the animals? Don’t you think even more I will take care of you? Don’t worry, I will provide what you need daily.'”
“And God does and we all need to be reminded of that, I surely need to be reminded of it because our thoughts can consume us. That’s why it’s important to go to truth and that’s God’s Word,” she added.
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Bure also added how it been extremely important for her to stay grounded in her faith, especially when working in Hollywood.
“It’s different for everyone and of course, everyone’s personalities are different so sometimes I don’t always know how to answer this question or speak to it because I just know who I am, I know I am the daughter of God,” Bure explained. “I know I’m a child of God, and I have no doubt.”
“So it is the foundation of who I am, but I don’t know how to tell someone to get there. All I can tell you is spend time in the Word of God, spend time with God — in prayer, in the quiet, reading His word. But I just know. It doesn’t mean that I don’t have questions and I don’t think sometimes, like, ‘My God, are you sure?’ I’m grateful that I’m not God because obviously, I’d make a lot of bad decisions. He’s God and I trust Him even though I don’t always understand why.”
The actress explained how her relationship with God is an intricate part of her life.
“I can’t leave my relationship with God at the door, whether that’s within my family, whether that’s at work, whether that’s on social media, whether I’m at Starbucks, getting a coffee and saying, ‘God bless you, thank you,'” she shared.
She added that its “just part of who I am in my everyday speech” and that she doesn’t shy away from that.
“If someone doesn’t like it, which like honestly, I never encountered that; someone doesn’t ever say, ‘Don’t say, God, bless you to me.’ No one gets mad at that, but I’ve just made it a practice of being polite and kind and smiling, and a lot of times I don’t even have to say the words because people just see the positivity and the kindness and the love that comes from within. Then if they ask, I can say, ‘Yeah it’s Jesus’ and give Him the glory.”