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Candace Cameron Bure Tells Katy Nichole a Key Lesson She Learned From Bob Saget

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One of the lessons that actor and producer Candace Cameron Bure learned from Bob Saget, who played her father on the ‘90s sitcom, “Full House,” was the importance of regularly telling the people in her life how much she loves them. 

“He always told you that he loved you no matter what,” Bure told Christian artist Katy Nichole on the July 12 episode of “The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast.” 

Bure is chief creative officer at Great American Family channel and played “D.J. Tanner” on “Full House.” Her TV dad, actor and comedian Bob Saget, passed away suddenly over a year ago in January 2022 at age 65. 

“When you have people like that in your life,” said Bure, “you realize how valuable it is, and so I’m grateful for that relationship to show me how much that means and that I can pass that forward.”

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Candace Cameron Bure, Katy Nichole on Love, Regret and Forgiveness

Breakout Christian singer Katy Nichole is Bure’s guest for Season 3 of “The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast,” where Nichole is sharing the “stories behind the songs” on her debut album, “Jesus Changed My Life.”

During the July 12 episode, Nichole and Bure discussed the song, “Things I Wish I Would’ve Said.” Bure admitted she cried the first time she heard it. The chorus of the song is:

‘Cause I love you and I miss you and I need you
I’m so sorry for the words I used to hurt you
Time keeps goin’ by, but time just won’t let me forget
All the things I wish I would’ve said

This song “is about Jesus and the forgiveness of Jesus,” said Nichole. Even though the focus of the lyrics is “person to person, rather than Jesus to person,” nevertheless, “Jesus is just in the center of all that.”

Nichole described being burdened by how easily close relationships can be divided, giving the classic example of the tension that often comes when the topic of politics arises during family get-togethers at Thanksgiving. “Jesus is so loving, and Jesus isn’t one side or the other side,” she said. “Jesus is for love,” so we can carry the character and grace of God into such difficult moments.