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Candace Cameron-Bure Asks for Prayer Against “Mean, Hateful” Bullying

Candace Cameron-Bure, the former Full House star, beautiful wife and mom to three, is now The View’s newest co-host. We celebrated the news here.

However, we’ve heard some not-so-great news from Candace. She has experienced online bullying and has received threats for sharing her faith and viewpoints.

The View has a liberal fanbase who vocalize their disapproval with strong negativity and unkindness. Candace continues to move forward and stand strong, but she asked her friends and followers on Facebook to please pray for her, encourage her and share words of kindness.


We are so proud of Candace for standing for her faith regardless of opinions and bullying.

It’s tough to be in the spotlight and to be known for your faith. What are we willing to do, to give or suffer for our faith? What if our beliefs cost us our job?

Candace looks forward to various viewpoints on the show.  She handles her premiere jitters with some advice from her daughter.

“I was talking to my daughter and I said, ‘I’m not nervous, I’ve done this before, but I have nerves,’ and she said, ‘Mommy, just be yourself. There’s only one you.’ So I think I’m taking advice from an 8-year-old,” she said.


So friends, let’s learn from Candace to stand firm in your faith, ask for help, prayer and encouragement when you need it and just be you.

Perhaps Candace is a co-host on this show, for such a time as this. We’re praying for you!

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Esther Laurie is a staff writer at churchleaders.com. Her background is in communication and church ministry. She believes in the power of the written word and the beauty of transformation and empowering others. When she’s not working, she loves running, exploring new places and time with friends and family. It’s her goal to work the word ‘whimsy’ into most conversations.