Cindi Grady, a Cracker Barrel waitress in Branson, Missouri gets a tip from a loving couple that she will never forget . She hopes it will inspire others to be generous to one another and to spread love. Cindi believes this can show everyone there is so many good people in the world.
A couple that visits Cracker barrel on the regular, comes across a car that they feel is abandoned. But, it actually belongs to a waitress in the restaurant. Cindi has had many problems with the vehicle running into deer, and not being able to fix it. This loving couple, Gary Tackett and his wife, Roxann, decide to do something selfless and incredible for this waitress.
One day while she was working they pulled her aside and said they had a surprise for her. This couple bought her a new car so she wouldn't have to drive her old beaten up car to work anymore. A gift of a lifetime from total strangers changes the way this girl thinks and feels about others. more >>
A church in Georgia has posted a message on its marquee sign that reads "Santa is Satan," which has stirred local and national controversy.
Born Again Independent Baptist Church posted the message at the beginning of the month in response to the cultural fascination toward Santa Clause.
Edward Carothers, pastor at Born Again Baptist, told The Christian Post that the decision to post the message on the church sign came by decision of the congregation. more >>
"Kirk Cameron's Saving Christmas" is concluding its month-long run in theaters on Monday, leaving moviegoers with one last chance to see the film today.
On its last day in theaters, "Saving Christmas" is being featured in a special one-night-only final showing in many of its original theaters at 7:30 p.m. in most locations. These locations include over 200 of the original theaters, plus 30 additional theaters. To find out where the film is playing near you, visit the "Saving Christmas" website here.
The "Fireproof" star released "Saving Christmas" on Nov. 14 for an initial limited time of two weeks. However, after high demand for the film, it reached an additional 100 theaters and played for almost three more weeks. Cameron himself commented on the widespread support from fans who filled theaters in order to watch "Saving Christmas" before issuing a special Christmas prayer earlier this month. more >>
It is that time of the year again. The time when the Holderness family creates their family Christmas card for all of us to enjoy. Each year they come out with a clever song to share with everyone on the internet.
This is enjoyable and suitable for adults and children of all ages to JAM out too. They SHARE what is currently going on in their lives, while wearing CHRISTMAS jammies. You will be laughing out loud when you hear the words to this song. Last year, the Christmas Jammies video was an instant HIT! Do you think this one can be just as good?
Check out the 2014 #Jammietime video below: more >>
A string of secret Santas in Massachusetts made their way to local Toys "R" Us stores last week and paid thousands of their own dollars to pay off all of the stores' layaway orders in efforts to help families in financial need put gifts under the Christmas tree for their children.
The pay it forward-type of Christmas initiative took prominence last Wednesday at a Toys "R" Us in Bellingham, Massachusetts where an unidentified woman, known only as the "Layaway Angel" paid nearly $20,000 of her own money to bless hard working parents by closing out all of the store's 154 layaway orders. Each balance varied from just a few bucks to over a few hundred dollars.
One parent, who along with her kids is a beneficiary of the "Layaway Angel's" Christmas generosity, told the Milford Daily News that she was surprised when she received a call from Toys "R" Us telling her to come pick up her layaway order because her balance had already been paid for. more >>
A hilarious, and surprisingly inoffensive Saturday Night Live skit poking fun at characters one might meet at Christmas mass has "favorites" ranging from the friendly greeter with the oh-so-sweaty hands to the organist who can't quite find the right note.
The satirical advertisement for St. Joseph's church starts with this introduction: "It's Christmas and you know what that means: it's time for your annual trip to church with your parents. And you're in luck because this year St. Joseph's Church is going full throttle with our one-night only Christmas mass spectacular. We got appearances by all your church favorites."
The music changes from choral holiday music to a rock ballad as the narrator hypes up a somewhat ordinary service as the "Christmas Mass Spectacular." more >>