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 this one can be just as good?
Check out the 2014 #Jammietime video below: more >>
As soon as November begins and Thanksgiving is in sight, all of us in America know that it is time for the holidays. All the businesses surrounding our everyday lives switch up to their Christmas style decorations and products. Most of these products we use to fuel us during our shopping days.
It's a wonderful time of the year that we can all enjoy. Being cozy and warm during the cold winter day. Watching movies together as a family and most of all visiting family from all over. But, it is also the time of the year when we start to use our bank accounts frequently. Sometimes we may even go as far as putting a price tag on the people we love most. This is where problems occur most, along with stress.
A time of the year when we are supposed to be most joyful, suddenly turns into a time of stress and anxiety. But, why? What makes us become so filled with anxiety? more >>
An estimated 300 to 330 million "spiritual tourists" visit significant religious sites every year, such as the Jesus Trail or the Wailing Wall in Israel. Why do they do it, and what are they searching for? Bruce Feiler, author of the bestsellers Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses and Abraham: A Journey to the Heart of Three Faiths, embarked on several spiritual journeys with seekers of various faiths to find out.
In a new series titled "Sacred Journeys With Bruce Feiler" and premiering on PBS Tuesday, Dec. 16, Feiler accompanies pilgrims from the U.S. in their spiritual quests to sacred sites in France, Japan, Saudi Arabia, Jerusalem, India, and Nigeria. The six-part series kicks off with Feiler's journey with a group of solders that includes Wounded Warriors, soldiers injured during their service in Iraq and Afghanistan, to the believed healing waters of a Roman Catholic shrine in Lourdes, France.
Feiler also spends time with Brian Kwan, a Colorado man who had a crisis of faith after losing his Christian father. Why did Kwan, who converted from Buddhism to Christianity as a teen, choose to embark on the 40-mile, four-day journey known as the Jesus Trail? more >>
Kaitlyn Maher is 7 years old and putting big smiles on the faces of all those who listen. On Christmas Eve at her church's holiday service she sung "What Child Is This." Listen as she catches the ear of all those in the crowd.
This little girl's beautiful voice really serenades the audience listening. It's a beautiful thing to see God's young angel praising His name in front of others. Get ready to be wowed by this girl's performance and be sure to SHARE this with all those you love for the holiday.
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A family gets together to take a family photo for Christmas. But, what one woman had coming not even you will expect. Tyne Owen comes up with the most brilliant marriage proposal idea for the love of his life.
He decides this is a perfect opportunity to tell the love of his life how he feels. How it does it will blow tour mind. He has the family pose for a family pictures spelling out "Merry Xmas" with t-shirts. But, before the actual picture is taken two people switch their spots and others cover their letter, to have it spell out "Marry Me."
After the picture is taken, the woman is called over to take a look at the photo and realizes this special moment was for her. She reacts so perfectly, and when she turns around the love of her life is kneeling down with a ring in hand. more >>
A Tarrant, Alabama Police officer who became an Internet sensation after he decided not to arrest a grandmother he caught shoplifting eggs but to buy her some eggs instead, went a step further this week when he delivered two truckloads of food to her home to help her children.
"The last time I saw my house this full, I was 12-years-old and staying with my grandmother," 47-year-old mother and grandmother Helen Johnson told al.com Wednesday after the food was delivered to her home. "I've been crying all day."
Last Saturday, Officer William Stacy of the Tarrant Police Department was called to investigate the Johnson after she attempted to steal a dozen eggs at the Dollar General Store on Pinson Valley Parkway. After finding out that the desperate woman was simply trying to feed her children, however, Stacy bought a dozen eggs for the mother after getting her to promise not to shoplift again. more >>