A caretaker in the potter’s field recounts his graveyard’s strange history.
During a power outage, a father has time to reflect on the darkness that covered the earth during the crucifixion of Christ.
A young mother, jaded with her local church, nevertheless misses the body of Christ during the holidays.
Simon gives an eyewitness account of Jesus' final walk to the cross. What troubles Simon is the irony of his own rage at the Romans for how they treated Jesus, juxtaposed with Jesus' own love and forgiveness of those very tormentors.
A narrator relates the events that led to a murderer being set free while an innocent man was condemned to death on Calvary.
A heavily veiled woman reveals her changed life.
The man searches for the donkey that was taken for Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. By following the donkey, the man finds a teacher, king and savior.
A Jewish servant recalls the night he witnessed the Last Supper.
A Jewish gardener tells us of his eyewitness experience at the death and burial of Jesus.