“When each person gets their part right, regardless of how their spouse is treating them, there is hope for real change in their marriage, “ he added.
“A lot of people don’t know that marriage comes with instructions.
The couple met on the set of Growing Pains, and because of Cameron's strong religious views he had Noble stand in for any woman he had to kiss after they began dating, refusing to have physical contact with anyone other than his girlfriend and later wife.
Family dynamic: Bure said she was her husband's equal in all way, but she preferred to take a submissive role in their relationship as described in the Bible (l to r: Candace, Lev, Val, Maks and Natasha Bure)'Calling all moms, wives and keepers of your home - I made this video for you, to remind you of how irreplaceable you are to your family this Christmas,' said Cameron in his message, which he posted to social media.
Apparently, once married, your job is pretty simple - honour and follow your husband’s lead.
The former child actor best known for his role as in the 80s sitcomco-star Chelsea Noble, explained that many people did not realise marriage “comes with instructions”.
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Chelsea Noble and Kirk Cameron played characters who were young and in love on the sitcom Growing Pains, and the on-screen couple later married in real life.She is known for her role as Kate Mac Donald on the television sitcom Growing Pains (1989–1992).She is the wife of her Growing Pains co-star, Kirk Cameron, and the sister-in-law of Full House star Candace Cameron Bure.And, we find them right there in God’s word [in the Bible].” Cameron, a devout Evangelical Christian, has expressed controversial views on marriage in the past.In 2012 he described his disapproval of gay relationships, calling them “unnatural” and “ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilisation”.