Sadie Robertson and her dance partner, Mark Ballas, team up for a dance battle during the holidays. Not only does Mark join her, but her whole family as well. Get your dancing shoes on and join as these stars bust a move for the holidays.
Watching this whole crew join together will not only have you moving in your chair, but also laughing to yourself. Especially when you see what the father does at the end. If you are a fan of the show Duck Dynasty then the people in this video will be very familiar to you.
Check out the entire family showing off their dance moves below: more >>
It is clear to see that God has blessed each and every one of us in so many ways. As Christians, we recognize Jesus as the Father and we are His children. Even if you don't recognize God as your personal Savior, these blessings can still be applied for everyone.
His love can be granted to anyone. This does not mean that everything in this world will be perfect. We live in a world in which we are all sinners. Even though God loves each and every one of us, He requires judgment over sins. God shows us his love in the way He draws us to Himself. Jesus is presented to us as a Savior from our sins. more >>
I stood before them and broke the rules.
I asked overly self-conscious Orange County, California men and women to stand in the middle of a church service if they had never heard the words "I love you" or "I am proud of you" from their father.
A good ten seconds passed before one brave man stood and then several more women and men joined him. The keyboard player began to play some comforting chords which infused this moment of freedom and healing with a gentle and safe spirit. Like a breaker rolling onto the Laguna Beach shoreline, it came from the back to the front. A wave of people began to rise up out of their seats. Some were weeping, some were holding their spouse's hand, and others stood alone. more >>
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.