Two followers of Jesus, Simon Peter and Judas Iscariot, have very different reactions to their Master's act of service.
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.
A man stumbles into the mob calling for Jesus' death and joins right in until he hears who the crowd wants to execute.
A young teenage girl's self image is determined by her looks...and teasing brothers don't help.
A young woman working in her garden receives a strange visit from an elderly woman, who claims to know the root of her problems.
When a father finds that his daughter has breast cancer, he struggles to understand why God would choose to intervene miraculously in one person's life and not in another's.
To show how little we understand each other's true feelings; to demonstrate obvious and not-so-obvious self-esteem problems.
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.