Candace Cameron Bure is known as the star of Netflix’s hit comedy “Fuller House” as well as a slew of other TV and film projects, but the actress — a Christian who formerly co-hosted “The View” — also frequently weighs in on political and cultural issues.
In a recent episode of Dove Channel show “Frankly Faraci,” Bure told host Matthew Faraci about the key lesson that she’s learned — one that she would like to share with others.
“Kindness always wins … no matter what, kindness wins. It doesn’t mean backing down. There’s a difference,” she said. “I can stand my ground and keep the love and be kind, and I think kindness always wins.”
Watch Bure’s comments below and check out the full interview here:
Bure also recently stopped by the Faithwire newsroom in New York City to discuss faith, life, her new book and plenty more, spending a fair amount of time addressing the importance of prayer in her own life.
She specifically responded to those who say “prayer isn’t enough” or who mock invocations in the wake of tragedy.
“It bothers me and I feel sad for the people who write it, because the first thing I think is, ‘Well, they’ve never experienced the power of prayer. They just don’t know,’” Bure said. “Prayer, for me, is always where you start. That’s the start of your solution. Then, yes, you take action.”
Bure went on to offer a detailed assessment surrounding why she believes prayer is the starting place.
“If you don’t start with [prayer] there’s no power behind it, because God’s the power,” she said. “God can do anything, change anything — change hearts. It’s the heart of all of us that need to be changed and that’s where God needs to get in.”
Listen to Bure discuss prayer and plenty more below: