Christian professional golfer Bubba Watson reminisces about Christmas memories and thanks God for his family in the goofy YouTube rap video "Bubbaclaus."
In the video the PGA golfer is dressed like Santa Claus while riding around in a hovercraft golf cart with an elf. He raps over a remixed version of the "Halleluiah Chorus," "No sledge, no beard, no reindeer. I might come deliver gifts on a John Deere, Caleb asked me to bring him a new ball, but I'm checking my list; this Bubbaclaus."
Though Watson's video is filled with ridiculous antics and an equally silly chorus, there was heartwarming lines about his childhood Christmases in Bagdad, Florida and his first golf experiences. more >>
New Jersey-based Liquid Church announced this week its plan to equip churchgoers to participate in a "spiritual flash mob" on Christmas Eve.
"Thousands will be commissioned to put their faith into action with a special twist on the crowd-favorite that infuses a Biblical approach," organizers stated while listing the schedule for 12 Christmas Eve services at all four of its locations.
"We're excited to see what happens as thousands of unsuspecting people meet our 'conspiracy of kindness' face-to-face and receive the love coming their way this Christmas," lead pastor Tim Lucas said. "Especially on a night like Christmas Eve, when others might not take notice of their circumstances, we want them to know that they really do matter to God." more >>
A Utica, N.Y. Fire Chief is refusing to take down a Christmas-themed sign displayed outside of a firehouse, despite growing complaints from atheists.
The sign, which reads "HAPPY BIRTHDAY JESUS WE LOVE YOU," is displayed outside Firehouse No. 4 in South Utica in the spirit of Christmas, however; atheists are demanding that it be removed, according to CBS.
These two angelic voices sing a breathtaking version of the song "Hallelujah" that will blow you away. It's a classic song that is sang so beautifully that you are guaranteed to hit REPLAY.
A must-see video that will touch your heart in more ways than one. Many have done covers of this song, but it is very hard to sing this one a cappella. Peter and Jackie go to the next level with his harmonious voice and her angelic voice. Be sure to SHARE this with all your friends and family for Christmas!
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Thousand Foot Krutch and Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inductee Alice Cooper teamed up in order to benefit underprivileged teens this holiday season.
The Christian rock band joined forces with Cooper earlier this month on Dec. 13 during the "Godfather of Shock Rock's" annual Christmas Pudding benefit in Phoenix, Arizona. The concert benefited Cooper's non-profit charity, Alice Cooper's Solid Rock, a center for teens that provides free music and dance lessons.
Let's face it, it has not been a good year for law enforcement, what with the bad news on TV and protests across the nation. But every year this anonymous Secret Santa in the enforcement agency hands out $100 bills to the people who are most in need.
What seems to be an officer pulling over innocent people for no apparent reason turns into the most joyful moment for them. Their reaction is angry and clueless as to why they are being pulled over at first, but that changes instantly. This year Secret Santa enlisted a little help from the Sheriff's department. The officer hands out money to people he feels are most in need of it. Watching their reactions will bring tears to your eyes!
God Bless all those involved with this incredible act of kindness! Watch how they set it up below: more >>