A woman's prayer time is interrupted by a seductive visit by a familiar "friend."
A couple's efforts to assemble a bike lead to a discussion of their marriage, and how they can correct what's wrong.
A hard-working executive keeps putting off the one appointment that she most needs to keep.
Two of Jesus' closest friends talk about the night of Jesus' arrest. By the end of the night, both men will realize that their acts of betrayal are the cause of Jesus' death.
A woman who wants to give the Lord a gift is surprised when she is told the Lord wants her to reconcile with those she has wronged more than any other gift.
In this fast-paced society, how often do we enjoy the wait? Here two friends prepare to watch a meteor shower. As they savor the moments of anticipation, life is put in perspective again. A wonderful sketch for the Advent season of anticipation.
How does anyone find love? After the breakup of a relationship, Jess feels unloved and unlovable. It takes an honest reminder from a friend for Jess to remember how beautiful she truly is. This slice-of-life sketch is a reminder that love has already come to us all.
A modern day Scrooge is visited by the ghost of an old colleague and shown the consequences of his workaholic lifestyle.
In this unique script, two actors portray portions of Matthew 26, Luke 22 and Revelation 5 and 19 in the first person, as real-life events. Delivered as two intertwined monologues, this piece gives a fresh perspective to words that have perhaps become too familiar.