A Jewish craftsman recounts the death of a fellow carpenter and one-time friend, Jesus of Nazareth.
Mary, the mother of Jesus, recalls the death of her firstborn Son and the call He gave each of us to take up our cross and follow Him.
Barabbas recalls his encounter with Christ, and tries to come to grips with Jesus dying in his place.
The innkeeper who turned away Mary and Joseph reflects on his decision many years later.
One of the Roman guards who cast lots for Jesus' clothing relates his encounter with the teacher from Galilee.
Peter ponders the tragic night in Gethsemane, and his failure to follow his master's only request.
Joseph of Arimathea, the man who pled for Jesus' body, tells of the night that Christ was tried and wonders what it might mean for all mankind.