It was once famously declared by someone out there that kids say the darnest things. Well the folks at Mobberly Baptist Church have further proven that point.
In a video posted to both Vimeo and YouTube, Mobberly had the story of Jesus' birth told by various children who from time to time may have embellished a little bit.
As they narrate the story, describing things like Gabriel's announcement to Mary and the three Magi following the star, adults act out the scenes to hilarious effect. more >>
It is the opinion of many that Jordan Smith just cannot be stopped. The winner of the singing competition "The Voice" has an amazing talent for music.
In a jaw-dropping performance, Smith performs the classic and profound Christmas carol "Mary Did You Know?" before a live studio audience.
Smith shows no vocal weakness in the performance, perfectly and soulfully singing the Michael English song as the crowd periodically bursts into roaring cheers. more >>
Satanic groups in America are getting ready to perform Satanic ceremonies and rituals such as pouring blood over a Virgin Mary statue this Christmastime, a Catholic civil rights organization has warned.
"In a world where Christians are routinely being murdered and raped in the name of God, even non-believers must be curious about the rise of Satanism. Here at home we are also witnessing a surge in Satanic attacks," the Catholic League's Bill Donohue wrote in a press release this week.
Donohue pointed out that the Satanic Temple's chapter in Detroit is preparing for a "Satanic ceremony" at the grounds of Michigan's Capitol this weekend, aimed at countering a nativity scene. more >>
Naghmeh Abedini, the wife of imprisoned U.S. Pastor Saeed Abedini in Iran, has shared a Christmas message with supporters, asking Christians not to judge others, but instead acknowledge and boast of their weaknesses.
"As the snow covers the dirt and everything appears white, sometimes we confuse the righteousness of Jesus that is covering us, as our own righteousness. Christianity becomes about how great we are and how much better we are than the 'sinners' and 'unbelievers.' We start judging others and before we know it the LOVE of Christ that once consumed us turns into fear, control and words that promote division and hate," Abedini wrote on her Facebook page on Wednesday.
She reminded Christians of the words of the Apostle Paul in 2 Corinthians 11:30, where he says: more >>
It's almost Christmas and millions of Christians are preparing to celebrate what took place in Bethlehem 2000 years ago. Unfortunately, Brad Pitt isn't one of them. While Brad wholeheartedly invests his life as a husband, father, and world-renowned actor, Christianity has not been on his radar for quite some time.
Brad Pitt was raised as a Southern Baptist in Springfield, Missouri. In a recent interview with the UK's Telegraph, Brad said his early years included "all the Christian guilt about what you can and cannot, should and shouldn't do." He eventually decided to become an atheist rather than a follower of Christ.
Brad Pitt and I are the same age. My wife, Tammy, grew up in St. Louis, Missouri, and was actively involved herself in a Southern Baptist church. As we prepare to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary, we are both grateful for Christian parents who raised us in an atmosphere where the love and grace of Jesus was abundant. more >>
A Christian woman in Lincoln, Nebraska, is planning to protest the city's recent decision to remove a Nativity scene from the Capitol building so that an atheist group may erect its holiday scene in its place.
Sylvia Driskell of Auburn has invited fellow Christians to join her for a peaceful protest on Dec. 19, the day after the Nativity scene will be removed from the Capitol grounds to make way for the atheist holiday scene.
Driskell told KWBE-TV that now more than ever it is important to recognize religion in the United States. more >>