A congregation in Ohio is looking to break the Guinness World Record for most unique nativity scenes in a single display.
Pines Christian Church of Mt. Gilead is gathering up as many nativity scenes as possible, shooting for at least 2,300 sets this year. The display will be at an open house event on Saturday.
Betsy Anderson, spokesperson for Pines Christian Church, told The Christian Post that as of Thursday they had "not made our official count." more >>
A staple of the on-the-go American diet, vending machines have long been a source of candy bars, sodas, snacks, and the occasional sandwich.
But how about a vending machine that gives out freshly-made pizza in under three minutes? You think it impossible? Think again!
W. Andrew Powell uploaded a video to YouTube that came from a 2012 vacation to Italy with his wife wherein the couple found such an amazing machine. more >>
The holidays are not only the time when people wear well-crafted awful sweaters, place tacky lights around their house, and binge on food and drink.
They are also a special time of year in which pets bear a great seasonal burden of torment, oftentimes being forced to wear ridiculously bad outfits.
Such a trend is showcased in all its pitiful glory by the cat food company Temptations, which recently uploaded a video to YouTube focused on the horrid outfits cats are forced to wear. more >>
The man accused of committing a deadly mass shooting at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado said he is guilty and a "warrior for the babies."
Robert Lewis Dear Jr. faced 179 charges surrounding the November 27 Colorado Springs shooting, which left three people dead and several more wounded.
"I am guilty, there's no trial. I am a warrior for the babies," said the 57-year-old Dear, one of several loud outbursts he made during his first in-person court appearance, which was held in El Paso County. more >>
Franklin Graham agrees with Donald Trump that all Muslims should be banned from entering the United States.
In remarks posted on his Facebook page, Rev. Graham argued that Trump was advocating for something "similar" to what he has been proposing for some time.
Donald Trump puts his notes back in his jacket after talking about Democrat opponent Hillary Clinton at a Trump for President campaign rally in Raleigh, North Carolina December 4, 2015. The notes read, "Beat Hillary, No Strength, No Stamina, Goes Away".
Nearly two-thirds of likely Republican voters support candidate Donald Trump's controversial ban on Muslim immigration idea, according to a recent poll.