"I'm actually really excited to be off of 'General Hospital,'" the actress shared. "I pursue God on a daily basis, I'm not stepping into oblivion."
Lilly added that Christian in her industry is not easy.
She recalled having to reconsider a recent audition from a major motion picture studio because it conflicted with her values as a follower of Jesus Christ.
"I remember reading the script and being like, 'I can't do this as a Christian for a lot of reasons. One being that it is a horror movie," she said. "I like psychological thrillers but when it's demonic, there's no uplifting message."
Lilley went on to talk about the importance of children in her life, releasing a children's story this winter, and Christ raising her brother from the dead. You can read the entire story at christianpost.com.
Kirsten Storms returns to the GENERAL HOSPITAL set and the role of Maxie next month.
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