Darius Rucker releases a new Christmas hit for the holidays to remind us of the old days when things were a bit simpler. He finds it very important to show others the TRUE meaning of Christmas. In doing so, he asks the question "What would Jesus want for Christmas?"
Then you wonder to yourself, and ponder that very question. What would put a smile on the face of the one who gave up His life for us.
"Something that you can't find in a store. Maybe peace on Earth, no more empty seats in church," he suggests. The song has a classic sound to it with a video doing a beautiful job capturing the joys of children who are in the hospital. more >>
Michelle Williams has reflected about how her Christian faith impacts her dating life.
Williams, the 34-year-old singer, has both Grammy and NAACP Image award nominations for her latest solo effort, "Journey To Freedom." It seems to have been a productive year for Williams who remains busy with her Oxygen network television show "Fix My Choir."
Now, she has openend up to Essence magazine about how she balances her faith and romantic relationships. For the singer, a lack of faith may be a deal breaker when pursuing romantic interests. more >>
A Christmas-themed music video posted on YouTube featuring the Guinness World Record holder for largest living nativity has garnered over 1.7 million views in less than a week.
Posted by The Piano Guys on Friday, the music video features the living Nativity scene held earlier this month at Provo, Utah, that had over 1,000 participants.
Featuring a hymn fusing the two carols "Angels from the Realms of Glory" and "Angels We Have Heard On High," the video has garnered more than 1.7 million views, over 56,000 likes, and more than 3,200 comments as of Tuesday morning. more >>
Selena Gomez offered a deeper look at her emotional American Music Awards performance last month with a video diary released on Monday.
The former Disney star attended the awards show on Nov. 23 where she delivered a powerful rendition of her latest single, "The Heart Wants What It Wants." The performance ended with Gomez mouthing "Thank you Jesus" before shedding tears on stage. Today, the singer is sharing more about the Justin Bieber-inspired song and the important tear-jerking performance. The five minute-long video starts with the preparation for the performance where Gomez reveals her anxiety.
"On the day, it'll be such a release, I'm just excited that people everywhere who are feeling what I feel will get to see that and I just want people to be able to relate to that," she revealed in the video diary for Entertainment Tonight. 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 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 >>