As Mary and Joseph settle into their rustic surroundings on the first Christmas Eve, an angel reminds us of that God’s timing is always perfect.
A man looks back on a lifetime of lies, and nervously forward to his final appointment with the God of Truth.
Three believers struggle with the apparent inevitability of separation.
At first, this looks like a conversation between two friends, one asking the other for forgiveness. Then Jennifer enters and we figure out that Kali is at Jacob's grave, asking him to forgive her.
Two Jewish boys daydream about the coming Messiah on the unexpected eve of His actual birth.
Three believers struggle with feelings of bondage to material concerns, obsessive thoughts, and internet pornography.
Dr. Englund is a hotshot new doctor, preparing for a ceremony to dedicate a new wing on the hospital. His major concern is to make a good impression on the media and VIPs who will be at the ceremony. As the sketch develops, he misses a lesson in grace and humility.
Charlie, the Christian, struggles with the real meaning of the Christian life. Lucy suggests that busyness, whether secular or Christian, is the way to happiness. In contrast, Linus presents true satisfaction by adopting a life driven by God's priorities.
To open a discussion among parents and kids about guarding our hearts and minds.