The View co-host, and Christian, Candace Cameron Bure prayed with m0viegoers and took to her Fb account to share the experience after watching her brother, Kirk Cameron’s latest film Revive Us 2016 at a New York theater.
“So happy to worship with these brothers and sisters in Christ at the showing of my big bro Kirk’s “Revive Us” in New York City, Time Square! We hugged each other, took pictures and best of all, prayed fervently as a group together for our country, our leaders, our families, our children and those who are sick, hurting and in need. Yup, strangers… praying and loving on each other. What a concept! We LOVE you, Lord. Revive our hearts to love you with every part of our being. Thank you Kirk Cameron @_francischan @pastorjamesmacdonald @realbencarson @jennrothschild”
Revive Us 2016 was held on October 24, in cities across America, where moviegoers gathered for a 2 hour national family meeting. Participants worshipped together, prayed together, and received a word from pastor Francis Chan, Dr. Ben Carson, pastor James McDonald, Eric Metaxas, and Jennifer Rothschild.
There was also a live Q&A time from the theaters.[xyz-ihs snippet=”Revive-Us”]
In other Candace Cameron Bure news, the mother of 3 stopped by the Dr. Oz show on Wednesday, where she discussed body image, a topic she knows too well about, after suffering from bulimia for years.
“As a mom, I’m always telling my children, ‘Love who you are,’” Cameron Bure, 40 – who is mother to daughter Natasha, 18, son Lev, 16, and son Maksim, 14 – says on Wednesday’s episode of The Dr. Oz Show. “‘You are beautifully and wonderfully made. You are unique and there is no one like you. Embrace it and love it.’”