A husband and wife face financial and marital uncertainty after the husband loses his job.
A member of the Organ Procurement Organization meets with the mother of an organ donor who died earlier that day.
Ernest has valid points and states his position clearly (if not facetiously at times), while Roberta doesn't always have a clear understanding of the Bible or which answers would be appropriate to his myriad questions.
Roberta and Ernest (a.k.a. Bert and Ernie) are strangers who meet at the bus stop and whose conversations about God lead them on an interesting journey of discovering who God really is.
To show how little we understand each other's true feelings; to demonstrate obvious and not-so-obvious self-esteem problems.
One stranger (Mary) explains the point of Christmas to a scared and disullusioned stranger in labor with her first child.
To show the essence of our attempts at intimacy with God, paralleling prayer with a walk in the snow.
Two young men, one from the first century and one from modern time, describe their life-changing encounters with Jesus.
Mary and Joseph reflect on their lives since the announcement of Jesus' birth and come to see God's sovereignty in all circumstances.