Candace Cameron Bure, first made famous on TV’s “Full House,” and current star of Netflix’s reboot “Fuller House” is bringing her story of faith and family to Murfreesboro. The actress, producer, and New York Times' bestselling author, is both outspoken and passionate about her family and her Christian faith in an industry that continually challenges both.
The public is invited to hear about Bure’s journey, experiences, and insight in the entertainment business at the 2018 Legacy of Light Gala benefiting Middle Tennessee Christian School (MTCS) on Saturday April 28.
“Bure’s story of faith is both thought-provoking and inspirational. Combined with her delightful demeanor and long-lasting successes, she stood out as a great choice for the speaker at Middle Tennessee Christian’s annual spring fundraiser,” said Matt Tiller, MTCS president.
Bure is known worldwide from her role as "D.J. Tanner" on the iconic family sitcom "Full House." With an acting career that started at age five, Candace grew up in show business alongside her brother Kirk Cameron and has appeared in countless national television commercials, prime-time hits, made for TV movies and feature films. She has reprised her role as "D.J. Tanner" in the Netflix original series "Fuller House."
Bure is also a NY Times best-selling author and her latest book, "Kind is the New Classy: the Power of Living Graciously," will be released this April.
The Legacy of Light Gala, has previously hosted former Republican presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, former First Lady Laura Bush and Dallas Cowboys’ quarterback Dak Prescott.
The Gala will be held on Saturday April 28, with the doors opening at 7 p.m. on the MTCS campus. Sponsorship Packages including a special VIP dinner are available.