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Life can be a rollercoaster. We all have good days and bad days, but I believe we are better when we go through it together! Join me and special guests for real conversations about living with kindness, class and purpose.


Best known as 'D.J Tanner' in the hit television series "Full House" and Netflix's "Fuller House," and as the actor and director who takes over your television around Christmas time, Candace is also a New York Times bestselling author, entrepreneur, and CEO of Candy Rock Entertainment. Candace has been interviewed many times over her decades on television, and hosts her own deep conversations about the many topics people find important.


Each season of The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast will feature one guest for a deep exploration of a single theme, with the hope of encouraging listeners to grow in their experiences of faith, family and purposeful living.

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Free to Feel

Free to Feel

2024-05-2833:13

Candace + Jennie are wrapping up Season 6 with a special episode all about YOU - our listeners! They are answering several listener questions about emotions, connecting with those in a different generation than you, navigating burnout and finding JOY again, and more.  As they reflect on their conversations from this season, they want to encourage you once more in your journey towards emotional health.  Living life tangled up emotionally is not really living at all. And although the enemy wants to attack you with hopelessness, You are never helpless or hopeless. Through Jesus, you have authority over your feelings. Wholeness and freedom are available to us not just in heaven but here and now. What is ONE thing you are walking away with as a tool from this season? Head to Instagram and tell us @candacecameronburepodcast  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions
What Will You Choose?

What Will You Choose?

2024-05-2125:30

Every day you are faced with a choice. As you experience different emotions, what will you do with them? How will you respond to them? You name them, but now what?  Whether we realize it or not, we are all doing something with our feelings - addressing them and growing through them, or ignoring them and letting them control us. But what if our emotions draw us closer to God and lead us to connection with others?  What will you choose? Listen in as Candace and Jennie talk about how they choose daily to embrace + grow in their emotions, why you cannot be a great parent, spouse, student, or Christian while remaining emotionally unhealthy, and ways Jesus has transformed their lives as they have walked with Him.   Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions
Begin with the Body

Begin with the Body

2024-05-1439:391

There is a connection between your emotional health and your body. Just think about what you feel physically when you experience different emotions:  When you feel joy, where in your body do you feel it? When you feel sadness, how do you express it physically? When you feel fear or worry, how does your body respond?  Our bodies feel our emotions, they are connected. And often the feelings we are struggling with are exacerbated by how we are treating (or mistreating) our bodies.  In this episode, Candace and Jennie are talking about emotions + our body. They discuss how they have seen their physical health positivity impact their emotional health, and vice versa. They also share healthy physical habits that have helped them when they are feeling certain emotions (like sad or stressed).  What are ways you keep your body healthy so that it can support your emotional health well? Head over to Instagram to tell us! @candacecameronburepodcast  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Listener Question: Candace + Jennie answer 3 questions from listeners that ask about balance, routines, and habits. From managing time and energy to taking care of yourself without letting it become an idol. Tune in to hear more! 
Connection is the Goal

Connection is the Goal

2024-05-0737:541

What is your favorite memory from your childhood? What makes those memories good memories?  In this episode, Candace and Jennie are focusing on emotions and parenting. The truth is that we all need to know that we are seen, soothed, and safe in our emotions – especially kids. We aren’t alone in our emotions, and neither are our children. We get to be there for them emotionally, so does Jesus. Feelings don’t heal when we ignore them; they heal when we are wrapped up by the people we love in the middle of them.  Listen in as Candace and Jennie talk about their personal experiences parenting young children + adult children, being fully present to the emotions of your children (no matter their age), and what they have learned from struggling to “fix” things for their kids.  Parenting isn’t a one-size fits all – and emotions aren’t the same for every child. How do we foster emotional health in our children? Tune in to hear more!  In this episode, Jennie talks about the book: Story of God. If you are interested in grabbing a copy for yourself, click HERE.  Connect with Candace and Jennie:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:  AccessMore  Good Ranchers   Dwell 
Better Together

Better Together

2024-04-3047:252

Two words can push emotions to a deeper place … “I feel.” Do you have community that you can safely share your emotions with? That you can vulnerably say … “I feel” without fear or shame?  Emotions are best healed in community – to be truly seen, soothed, safe, and not alone in pain heals you in ways you cannot believe unless you feel it. Candace and Jennie sit down to talk about friendship + how God calls us to “bear one another’s burdens.” If you are looking for encouragement around:  What makes friendships stick long-term How to show up well for friends when they need you most  Ways you can “go there” emotionally with community  Healing friendships that have caused emotional wounds   Then tune in! Better yet, send this episode to someone in your community to listen together and talk about. We hope this episode inspires vulnerable conversations within your friendship!   Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors: Good Ranchers 
Helen Smallbone

Helen Smallbone

2024-04-2651:041

“Did you ever think your life would be made into a movie?” A question that Helen Smallbone likely never thought she would be asked. But that is exactly what has happened – her family’s story of resilience and adventure has come to life in Unsung Hero.  Candace sits down for a final conversation with the Smallbones – this time with Helen Smallbone, fearless mum of the family. In this episode, they talk about how her relationship with her husband began, connecting with your spouse once your kids leave the house, finding purpose when you feel like you are just existing, and what it was like to watch her family’s story unfold through film. She oozes grace, wisdom, and experience. You are definitely in for a treat as you listen and watch this one!  Load up the car + enjoy the movie together as a family as you watch the beautiful story of the Smallbone family come to life on the screen. Head to https://tickets.unsunghero.movie/ to grab your tickets.  Connect with Candace and Helen: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Helen on Instagram @helensmallbone 
Get Unstuck

Get Unstuck

2024-04-2344:21

What are ways your emotional health impacts your marriage? Is one of you more emotionally responsive, and the other naturally stoic? Or do you see emotions showing up in different ways?  In this week’s episode, Candace and Jennie dive into how your emotional health plays a role in your relationship with your spouse. Listen in as they reflect on their own marriages, talk about practical things they do to stay connected to their husbands emotionally, how they resolve conflict, and the deep value intentional counseling has had on them.  “What if my spouse doesn’t want to go to marriage counseling or doesn’t want to work on their emotional health?” This is a common question! Candace and Jennie share their insights and personal experiences with counseling + healing their personal emotional health, and how that has led to healing within their marriages. Because the reality is that you have the power and choice to control your emotional health, and you can bring that into your marriage and family relationships.  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Pick up Sacred Marriage by Gary Thomas Thank you to this episode’s sponsors: Good Ranchers  The Dwell Bible App
Family Matters

Family Matters

2024-04-1648:161

Family brings joy, but family can also be the source of so much pain. How has your family shaped the way you think about and process emotions?  This week, Candace and Jennie are talking about how your emotional health relates to the family you grew up in. Listen as they share what they’ve learned about emotions from their families growing up, how that has impacted their lives, and ways we can heal from emotional wounds. Healing your relationships may not always be possible, but you can grow + heal the wounds.  Have you grabbed this season’s FREE guide to understanding your emotions? Head to Candace.com to get the Unwind Guide now.  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Dr. Gibson’s book Thank you to this episode’s sponsor:  Good Ranchers 
Luke Smallbone

Luke Smallbone

2024-04-1237:392

We are back with another conversation featuring the Smallbone Family – a family whose life story will be shared with the world in just a few weeks through the movie, Unsung Hero.  This week Candace is sitting down with Luke to talk about the upcoming film, his family dynamics, and how they first met. Spoiler alter: The Smallbone brothers are in a band called King and Country, and they surprised Candace on live TV singing alongside Natasha for her 4oth Birthday!   Candace and Luke also answer a few listener questions from YOU! From ways they enjoy spending time with family, learning to give up control of their life to God, dealing with difficult family members, and so much more. Unsung Hero releases this month, on April 26! Grab your tickets and head to the theaters to watch this beautiful film about the Smallbone family.  Connect with Candace and Luke: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Luke on Instagram @smallboneluke 
God gave us emotions but He doesn’t want our emotions to drive the train of our lives. If God’s will for your life is driving the train, your emotions and thoughts will follow. But if your emotions are driving the train, what happens?  In this episode, Candace and Jennie talk about what it looks like to submit your will to Jesus with your day-to-day emotions, taking hold of your emotions, halting your thoughts from spiraling, and the power of speaking your emotions out loud to a trusted community.  Emotions are a gift from God but what you choose to do with them is up to you. Will you allow your emotions to drive your train? Listen to this conversation to hear why submitting your emotions you God’s will is the better choice.  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors: Good Ranchers Someone Like You Movie Listener Question: Stephanie: How do you deal with someone who you aren’t compatible with but can’t avoid them because you live with them and it seems like the only option right now? What’s a healthy way you would set boundaries without feeling like the bad guy? Know what is on your side of the road and their side of the road. What can you control within your environment and emotions? You cannot control how healthy another person is, but you can control how healthy you are.  Tune in to hear how Jennie walked through a similar situation + what she did within it. 
Rebecca St. James

Rebecca St. James

2024-04-0548:161

Over the next 4 weeks, we are releasing BONUS episodes with members of the Smallbone Family – Rebecca St. James, Joel Smallbone, Luke Smallbone, and their beautiful mother, Helen Smallbone. Together, we worked on Unsung Hero - a movie about their family’s incredible story of coming to America; it hits theaters on April 26!  In this first conversation in the mini-series, Candace sits down with Rebecca St. James to talk all things motherhood, being women in ministry and entertainment, stepping away from the spotlight for a season, and so much more. They also answer several listener questions - from planting seeds that grow in your kids (especially teenagers), regulating your emotions as a mom, and battling loneliness, fear, and the pressures of being in high school.  Tune in + don’t forget to mark your calendar for the premiere of Unsung Hero on April 26!  Connect with Candace and Rebecca: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Rebecca on Instagram @rebeccast.james
Fear Not

Fear Not

2024-04-0248:441

What are some things in your day to day life that can pull you toward fear or worry? There are so many reasons or moments in throughout the day that can open the door to those emotions.   “Of course you feel that way” is comforting and validating to every emotion we experience, including fear and worry. We all experience fear and with the world around us, the things we see or read or experience, it is no wonder we feel fearful. But if God is with us (even in our fear), we can experience peace, right?  In your fear, there are few questions that can help shift you towards peace, like:   What is my perspective of God?  Do I see God disappointed in my fear or comforting me?  Where am I looking for peace?  When God tells us not to be afraid, it’s because He wants to remind us that we need Him and that He is there for us. He does not scold us in our fear; He comforts us with truth. In this conversation, Candace and Jennie talk about fear – moments in their lives when they walked through fear and worry, how media and social media attribute to our fear, and how fear shifts to peace when your perspective of God changes. Listen in + share what your big takeaway is on social media! Don’t forget to tag @candacecameronburepodcast Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Pilgrims Progress Thank you to this episode’s sponsors: Good Ranchers Someone Like You Movie
It’s Ok To Feel Sad

It’s Ok To Feel Sad

2024-03-2646:502

Can you remember the first time you really felt a deep sense of sadness? Looking back on your younger self, what would you say to them now?  Sadness isn’t an emotion we always care to admit out loud or bring people into. But the truth is the Bible is full of characters dealing with dark and heavy circumstances; we see all kinds of people – including Jesus – feeling AND expressing their fear, loneliness, and anxiety, while they faithfully pursued God’s heart.  In this vulnerable conversation, Candace and Jennie share their earliest memories related to sadness, how depression has impacted their lives, and the pressures we all face to smile through the low times - and just be happy.  If you are struggling with depression, or you know someone who is, listen in with grace + compassion. You are not alone, this is for you.  Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:  Good Ranchers Someone Like You Movie
Slow To Anger

Slow To Anger

2024-03-1947:58

When we think of anger, we don’t often think of it as a God-given emotion … but it is. There’s nothing in scripture that says “Don’t get angry.” Instead, we are encouraged to be slow to anger. But what does it mean to be slow to anger?  In this week’s conversation, Candace and Jennie are digging into anger: what it is, why it is better to be honest about it rather than hide it, strategies that have helped them slow down in their anger, and ways anger can be destructive.Remember, we are to be “slow to anger” but also not to sin in our anger. Listen in to hear more! Connect with Candace and Jennie: Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:   Good Ranchers
Now that we have laid the foundation for emotions, Candace and Jennie are going to tackle emotion by emotion over the next few weeks. First up?! JOY! Do you know the difference between joy and happiness? There is a difference, yet we tend to use those words interchangeably.  When was the last time you felt joy?  Are there things in your everyday life that bring you joy?  Do you ever feel guilty for being happy?  Listen in as Candace and Jennie talk about these questions and more. From allowing yourself to make a home for your emotions, finding joy in hard seasons, and ways joy will change your perspective on life.  Connect with Candace and Jennie:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:   AccessMore Good Ranchers Dwell Bible App
Can't Stop The Feeling

Can't Stop The Feeling

2024-03-0444:543

Are you an emotional person? Feelings are meant to be felt. Emotions are healthy + vulnerability is powerful! They are God-given, so they are GOOD. But seeing all emotions are good can be challenging, especially feelings like sadness or anger. Do you see your emotions as good or bad?  In the first episode of this season, Candace + Jennie are laying the foundation for emotional health. They talk about how emotions connect us to God and others, why feeling hard or deep emotions points back to something that may be unaddressed beneath the surface, and the 3 C’s of emotional response: Control, Cope, Conceal.   As you listen in, ask yourself: what are the emotions I have felt this week? The first step to emotional health is being able to name them. Take some time to name your emotions today!  Connect with Candace and Jennie:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions  Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:  AccessMore  Good Ranchers 
Season 6!! Can you believe it? It is going to be such a fun season, as Candace is joined by Jennie Allen – fellow podcaster, New York Times Best-Selling author, and the visionary behind IF: Gathering.  They are going to focus on emotions following Jennie’s latest book, Untangle Your Emotions, as they dive into discovering what we feel and knowing what to do about it. Emotions aren’t shameful, they’re beautiful and necessary. Ready to learn more about untangling your emotions? Tune in every week with Candace and Jennie!  Connect with Candace and Jennie:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jennie on Instagram @jennieallen  Grab Jennie’s book: Untangle Your Emotions
Today’s episode is a special one! It is a conversation that Candace had with her friend, Andrew Erwin on his new podcast, The Storytellers. You may recognize Andy from his work with Jesus Revolution, American Underdog, I Can Only Imagine, and his recent film that was co-produced with Candace, Unsung Heroes.   In this conversation, Candace and Andrew talk about what it was like being raised in the entertainment industry, how they’re guiding the next generation through the industry, finding your voice + standing strong when the narrative gets twisted, and so much more.  We hope you enjoy this fun + inspiring conversation!  Connect with Candace + Andrew:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Check Out The Storytellers Podcast For all things mentioned in this episode head over to ccbpodcast.com
When’s the last time you had a really good laugh? Do you find life funny? What are the ways laughter brings joy to your life?  Laughter may be difficult for some. Maybe you're facing a difficult situation, a chronic illness, or financial troubles. We face things in life that can get in the way of our joy. But when it gets tough, sometimes it helps to find humor in it! Plus, the Bible is full of comedy!  In this conversation, Candace sits down with Pastor + Comedian, Jason Earls, to talk about the power of laughter…while sharing a few laughs! If you want to discover how the funny stuff can bring you to life, then listen in.  In this episode, you will hear Candace and Jason:  Ways comedy is good for your marriage Finding new ways to laugh in life  Seeing comedy throughout scripture  Connect with Candace + Jason:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast  Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast Jason’s Website 7 Jokes I Couldn't Tell In Church For all things mentioned in this episode head over to ccbpodcast.com Thank you to this episode’s sponsors:  Ordinary Angels Good Ranchers 
For Chris + Julie Bennett, they left their home and family in Oklahoma to follow God’s leading to build a life in California. And that transition was immediately met with difficulties – from house contracts falling through to discovering that Julie had stage 3 breast cancer. They quickly learned that home is really about who you do life with.  Their journey has led them to write their book “Fighting For Family”, because family is for everyone. And family isn’t just those you are related to. It’s the community you choose or find.  What does your family look like?  Who have you found or chosen to be part of your family?  Listen in as Candace sits down with Chris + Julie to talk about seasons in life where the family was defined by people (related or not), what walking through hardships in unfamiliar places has taught them, and key tips that can help you overcome family barriers.  Connect with Candace + The Bennett’s:  Candace on Instagram @candacecbure  Follow the Podcast on Instagram @candacecameronburepodcast Follow the Podcast on TikTok @ccbpodcast The Bennett’s Website and book For all things mentioned in this episode head over to ccbpodcast.com
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Tiffany Blackmon

I enjoy this podcast 😃! Such wise good advice

Apr 18th
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Tess Ashley

Thanks for speaking about sadness in such a vulnerable way. I was one of those hands you & Jesus are holding. I needed to hear that Jesus grieved with Mary & Martha before He fixed it for them.

Apr 13th
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Amanda Aubrey

This was such a great episode! I'd love to hear more from Kira!!

Jan 22nd
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Aakash Amanat

I thoroughly enjoyed listening to "The Candace Cameron Bure Podcast." Candace's warm and engaging personality shines through in each episode, making it a delightful and insightful experience. Her choice of guests is impressive, covering a wide range of topics and backgrounds, which keeps the show fresh and engaging. https://www.addonbiz.com/listing/brooklyn-nyc-packaging-solution/ It's inspiring to hear candid conversations with experts, celebrities, and everyday people who have overcome challenges and achieved success. Candace's ability to draw out meaningful insights from her guests is a testament to her excellent interviewing skills. I appreciate the positive and uplifting tone of the podcast, making it a perfect choice for anyone seeking motivation, inspiration, or simply a good dose of positivity. http://www.travelful.net/location/5235599/usa/nyc-packaging-solution

Nov 3rd
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Annie Wiebe

Hi Candace I am so proud of you for not loving the world the way you grew up in Hollywood. My dying wish is that I could meet you here on earth one day. Anyway I have a question have you ever thought of doing the devotions on the you version bible app? Tara Leigh does and I can always see you doing it as well. Anyway God bless

Dec 17th
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