Actress Candace Cameron Bure has had a long career in Hollywood starting out as DJ Tanner in Full House as a kid, and working until she became a full time wife and mom in a full house of her own. These days Bure is making the most of her time with her family, starring in positive moral movies, and even hosting Christmas music shows.
Tonight, Bure can be seen on the UP Network's Christmas special, K-Love Music City Christmas, as the host of a wonderful hour long show featuring performances by TobyMac, Newsboys with for King & Country, Mandisa, Colton Dixon, Kari Jobe, Matthew West, Brandon Heath, Crowder, Big Daddy Weave, and Tenth Avenue North.
Bure told The Christian Post that choosing to host this event was a no-brainer that she did not even have to second guess. "I just got an email from the Up Network and they asked me to host, and I was like, 'Yes and Yes and Yes!'" more >>
Jennifer Aniston is ringing in the holiday season amidst fellow celebrities with a big party held over the weekend.
The former "Friends" star invited several of her real-life friends over for a holiday bash at her home on Sunday. Guests included Gwyneth Paltrow and her husband Chris Martin, Courtney Cox, Chelsea Handler, Tobey McGuire and Robert Downey Jr., among many others.
Before the party got underway, Aniston and her fiancé Justin Theroux were spotted getting the party décor ready, including a 10-foot Noble Fir Christmas tree. Sunday's party marked the couple's third annual Christmas tree trimming party, according to E! News. more >>
Just in time for Christmas, the unique holiday movie "Angels Sing" is available on DVD this promising a good time for the entire family this year.
With a star-studded cast that includes Connie Britton, Harry Connick Jr. and Willie Nelson, "Angels Sing" takes a look at Christmas through the eyes of a unique family struggling to embrace their sometimes painful history.
The film is based on the book "When Angels Sing" by Turk Pipkin, who spoke with The Christian Post about what Christmas means to families today. more >>
An elementary school in Texas has banned Christmas trees and the colors red and green at its upcoming "winter" party though a recently passed state law protects traditional holiday greetings and displays at public schools. The school's principal said in an email that she and the PTA chose to ban Christmas at the party to avoid "offending anyone."
The PTA group at Nichols Elementary School in Frisco, Texas, recently sent an email to parents regarding an upcoming "winter" party for students. The email listed three rules that each student had to abide by while attending the party: no references to Christmas or other religious holidays, no Christmas trees, no colors red or green, and no items that will stain the classroom carpet.
The rules listed in the email go against the "Merry Christmas Law" passed in the state in June. The law, co-authored by Republican Rep. Pat Fallon, who oversees the district where Nichols Elementary School is located, protects schools from having to censor religious references during the holiday season. more >>
A Baptist pastor has been criticized by some in the Jewish community for putting up a sign at his church in North Palm Beach, Fla., that reads: "Christmas – easier to spell than Hanukkah." It has since been taken down.
Pastor Mike Butzberger of Lighthouse Baptist Church said, according to WPTV TV/NewsChannel 5, that he has been putting up a different slogan in front of his church every week for 15 years, aiming for something "encouraging, inspiring, informative and occasionally for the purpose of making them smile."
He revealed, however, that some did not take well to what was supposed to be a humorous message, and had asked for the sign to be taken down. more >>
Sunny Obama, the dog owned by the First Family, let his friendly and energetic personality get the best of him while greeting a toddler at the White House this week.
On Wednesday, the Portuguese water dog attended a holiday arts and crafts event hosted by Michelle Obama in the State Dining Room, which children of military families attended.
In a brief moment of disarray, a two-year-old named Ashtyn Gardner had her foot caught under a walker at the same time that she was greeted by the Obama's dog Sunny when the tot lost her balance, according to ABC News. more >>