It’s time for our faith recap in which we highlight the week’s top faith and culture stories.

To begin, “Full House” actress Candace Cameron Bure hasn’t been shy about sharing her Christian faith, especially while filming “Dancing With the Stars.” That said, Bure recently told TheBlaze that she’s received a mixed reaction from the faith community due to her appearance on the dance show.

Image source: YouTube

Image source: YouTube

While some believers applaud her for being so publicly outspoken about Christianity, others “don’t think that it’s honoring” for her to dance with someone other than her husband — and others say she shouldn’t be in such a secular setting. Read more about what she had to say to her critics here.

Texas Gov. Rick Perry reportedly made a renewed declaration of faith when he was baptized in a creek last month. According to Perry’s spokesman, he did so to “reaffirm his commitment” to Christianity in a ceremony that included close friends and family.

FILE - In this March 7, 2014 file photo, Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor, Md. Special State District Judge Bert Richardson is expected to seat a grand jury Monday, April 14, 2014, in Austin, Texas, in an investigation into whether Republican Gov. Rick Perry abused his power by vetoing funding for public corruption prosecutors. The investigation began after Perry vetoed $7.5 million in funding last summer for a public integrity unit under Travis County District Attorney Rosemary Lehmberg. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File

FILE – In this March 7, 2014 file photo, Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at the Conservative Political Action Committee annual conference in National Harbor, Md. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File)

And in international news, did you see the allegation that Subway took bacon and ham off the menu at 185 locations to meet Islamic demand? TheBlaze investigated — and here’s what we found.

Back to the subject of sharing one’s faith, a revered high school baseball coach in Oklahoma is in trouble with atheist activists who accuse him of leading his team in illegal public prayer. What do you think?

And on the flip side, a prospective student at the Community College of Baltimore County in Rosedale, Maryland, is suing the school because he said they rejected him from the radiation therapy program in part because of his Christian faith.

The student claimed that during an interview with a panel, the question was asked: “What is the most important thing to you?” He responded, “My God.”

Then, in an email obtained by TheBlaze, a school official specifically cited his faith in response to reasons for why he wasn’t admitted.

And if you haven’t heard, Phelim McAleer and his wife Ann McElhinney are trying to raise $2.1 million to produce a TV movie on convicted murderer and former abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell. But the couple said that crowdfunding site Kickstarter censored their listing.

FILE - In this March 8, 2010 file photo, Dr. Kermit Gosnell is seen during an interview with the Philadelphia Daily News at his attorney's office in Philadelphia. The lawyer for a Gosnell, a Philadelphia abortion provider convicted of killing babies born alive says he thinks regular clinic inspections would've kept his client from going astray. Lawyer Jack McMahon says longtime doctor Kermit Gosnell "was not a stupid man" and would've met the standards required to stay open. The 73-year-old Gosnell is serving a life sentence after last year's conviction for killing three babies and a patient given too much anesthesia. (AP Photo/Philadelphia Daily News, Yong Kim, File) AP Photo/Philadelphia Daily News, Yong Kim, File

FILE – In this March 8, 2010 file photo, Dr. Kermit Gosnell is seen during an interview with the Philadelphia Daily News at his attorney’s office in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Philadelphia Daily News, Yong Kim, File)

As a result the filmmakers recently posted a billboard a half mile from Kickstarter’s Brooklyn headquarters in an effort to send a pointed message.

“They don’t want diversity of opinion on the crowd-funding platform,” McAleer told TheBlaze last week. “Kickstarter tried to censor us — it didn’t work. When faced with a different point of view, their first instinct was to censor.”

Oh and don’t forget to take a look at the message President Obama has for Americans about persecuted “prisoners of conscience” — and take a rare glimpse into Hillary Clinton’s Christian faith.