A living nativity display in Utah has broken the Guinness World Record for the largest nativity in the world, with 1,039 people taking part in the display that was presented to the city of Provo Monday evening. Volunteers and YouTube stars played roles like Mary, Joseph, the shepherds and numerous angels.
"Mary, Joseph, Baby Jesus, angels, shepherds ... and A LOT of angels, really," Austin Craig, one of the organizers of the record making living nativity scene, told KUTV. "It's a great way to bring focus to Christ and we wanted to spread that message as widely as possible."
In addition to the 1,039 human participants, there was also a camel and a donkey added to the scene, which was held at Rock Canyon Park from 2 to 8 p.m. MST. more >>
Coming up to the 10-year anniversary of a tragic car accident that claimed the life of a father and placed a baby in intensive care, a woman decided to do something for those who helped. Although her husband didn't make it, these heroes saved her little boy Eli. This story will bring tears to your eyes.
It's hard to imagine losing two people who are close to you at once. The car accident took the life of a father and husband but people nearby did everything they could to save Eli. Now Kellie wants to thank them for being there for her baby boy.
Kellie visits each person involved and hands them an invitation. They are all invited to a special party thrown for themselves. The looks on their faces when they are congratulated is worth every second of this video. more >>
A California Roman Catholic diocese that owns the property that once was the Crystal Cathedral has received a $20 million donation for its renovation work.
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange announced that an anonymous donor gave $20 million to aid the estimated $113 million renovation of the former Crystal Cathedral.
In order to keep Jim alive, he requires daily dialysis. If he misses this treatment for a few days, there is no telling what can happen. In this case, a blizzard prevented him from leaving the house and going to the hospital.
Four days had gone by and the people in the neighborhood knew that something had been wrong. They had not seen Jim since the storm started and his house was buried under the snow. But, these good Samaritans knew they had to do something to get him out. In a life-threatening situation, these heroic neighbors began to dig away!
Thank God they started to help when they did because Jim was starting to fade. God bless this man's family and all those in his neighborhood. more >>
After suffering dramatic brain injuries due to the war, this man now deals with PTSD. But, God has awarded him a guardian angel to watch over him at all times. A service dog that is trained to do specific tasks to help him.
These dogs help vets do things that they cannot due to a disability. Most of the time the disability is caused from a traumatizing war experience or injury. These dogs can be trained to help someone who has seizures by moving things out of the way and even bark to warn people around the area of a potential seizure. Being an emotional support as well as a guardian angel, this dog means everything to this man.
Watch this veteran's dog help him cope with PTSD below: more >>
A father and his daughter team up for a dynamic unforgettable version of "Jingle Bells." This one is a Christian version of the song that celebrates the birth of Jesus.
This beautiful baby, Summer Noel, and her dad create a memorable duet. He wanted to make sure she knew the true reason for the season. It's quite possibly the cutest version of "Jingle Bells" you will ever hear. You will smile and sing along constantly!
Watch as this man puts new words to an old classic to tell the Birth of Jesus below: more >>