Every time Niecy Nash steps foot on set, the actress says she’s praying for a way to serve God.
From the critically acclaimed film “Selma” to the comedic thriller series “Scream Queens,” Nash told The Huffington Post that she speaks to God about His plan for her in every situation.
“Every time I’ve gone on a set, my prayer is that I could be of service. My job is one thing … that’s my due,” she said. “But being of service is my ‘who.’ So showing up to say, ‘OK, God, how would you use me on that set?”
“What is the environment for my ‘who’? It’s a duty for me to learn these words and go stand over there and be funny, but what would you have me do?” she continued.
Nash has been vocal about her Christian faith for some time, using it as a basis for her opinions on a range of topics, such as racial reconciliation. After appearing in “Selma,” Nash spoke to CBN about the need for Christians with racial differences to unite.
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