What Is Candace Cameron Bure’s Religious Affiliation?

[Credit: Candace Cameron Bure/Instagram]

Candace Cameron Bure dropped her own devotional bible. On Monday, February 15, she took to social media to promote the One Step Closer Devotional Bible. But she has been promoting it long before then. As fans know, Candace is very open and honest about her faith.

On Monday, she hosted a Q&A via Instagram. Candace talked about the devotional Bible and how it’s different from the others she worked on with DaySpring. She also answered some of her fans’ and followers’ questions. Most of them wanted to know whether Candace is Christian or Catholic.

Others wanted to know about the Bible translation. Read on to learn more about Candace’s religion and her new devotional Bible.

What is Candace Cameron Bure’s religion?

Candace Cameron Bure used to make headlines as a conservative Republican. She turned off fans when she was a co-host on The View. Thanks to her brother, Kirk Cameron, she became a staunch Christian at the age of 12. Candace credits her faith as the driving force behind her marriage.

However, it’s unclear whether she’s an Evangelical or Pentecostal Christian. In the comments section of her Instagram post, she only commented that she’s a Christian. She also made that clear in a previous interview. On the Confessions of a Crappy Christian podcast, she talked about her faith and relationship with Val Bure.

[Credit: Candace Cameron Bure/Instagram]
[Credit: Candace Cameron Bure/Instagram]
“I’m a Christian. My husband’s a Christian, and I’m really proud that we’ve managed to stay married for 24 years,” the Fuller House star explained. “And the fact that we have fun and we flirt together, this is part of what makes our marriage work.”

Many Christians follow Candace on Instagram. In November 2020, she angered then when she shared a photo of herself with Val resting his hand on her breast. Candace defended the photo and even reposted it on her feed and Instagram Stories. She’s also not shy about talking about intimacy as a Christian woman.

She loves reading the Bible

It’s no secret that Candace Cameron Bure loves to read the Bible. She made it a goal to read it every day for 2021. The 44-year-old also worked with DaySpring on a line of devotionals and study Bibles. In an interview with Fox News, Candace made it clear that she’s proud of her Christian beliefs.

“My faith is really the foundation of who I am,” the Hallmark Channel actress said. “It’s so important to me, and it’s always a part of me, whether it’s at home and privately, or when I’m reading the Bible in Bible study. But also at work, and the choices I make within work, and the companies I choose to work with and the projects that I choose to take on.”

During the interview, she encouraged people to read the Bible. Candace often turns to the word when she’s seeking encouragement, hope, or positivity. In her latest Instagram post, Candace said that the Bible is her “favorite book.” She would rather live out her faith in everything that she does.

What to know about the One Step Closer Devotional Bible

Candace Cameron Bure teamed up with DaySpring to release her own One Step Closer Bible. This devotional Bible has the NLT translation. Candace said that it’s easier to read than most Bibles. It includes an introduction and Q&A with the actress herself.

Since it’s blue, it’s perfect for both men and women. Candace said that even teens will love this devotional Bible. However, it’s not a devotional intended for women. For them, she recommends the Special Edition CSB (in)courage Devotional Bible. The One Step Closer Devotional Bible is $64.99 on the DaySpring website.

She also announced that it’s No. 1 on Amazon in Christian Faith Books. Check back with TV Shows Ace for more news on Candace Cameron Bure.

Chanel Adams


  1. Catholics are Christians. In fact, they are the first Christians. Please check out the history of Christianity and the Protestant Reformation.
    Signed A Roman Catholic

    1. Yes, whoever made that comment was very ignorant and uninformed. I’m not Catholic, but I know something about Catholicism, and appreciate the history. They were always the first missionaries in undeveloped countries, plus they have probably built more hospitals, orphanages and schools than any other Christian group. Many have died for their faith… There was a time period when the Church was corrupt, but that was before the printing press, when people couldn’t read and didn’t have their own Bibles. All that changed. If you want to read some wonderful, inspiring works – read the writings of St Francis of Assisi, St Bernard and St. Augustine!

  2. Hi Candice,. my husband and I look on the Hallmark channel at Christmas time for your movies. Sorry you left Hallmark I know you had to do what is right for you and your family. God bless you.

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