How does anyone find love? After the breakup of a relationship, Jess feels unloved and unlovable. It takes an honest reminder from a friend for Jess to remember how beautiful she truly is. This slice-of-life sketch is a reminder that love has already come to us all.
A modern day Scrooge is visited by the ghost of an old colleague and shown the consequences of his workaholic lifestyle.
Mary looks back on her life shortly after Jesus' return to heaven and sees how marvelously God was at work in every part of her life.
One stranger (Mary) explains the point of Christmas to a scared and disullusioned stranger in labor with her first child.
In this unique script, two actors portray portions of Matthew 26, Luke 22 and Revelation 5 and 19 in the first person, as real-life events. Delivered as two intertwined monologues, this piece gives a fresh perspective to words that have perhaps become too familiar.
An overworked and underappreciated woman searches for peace in the midst of the holiday festivities.
Two Jewish boys daydream about the coming Messiah on the unexpected eve of His actual birth.
A college girl asks her best friend for advice on relationships and gets a strange lesson in insect behavior.
All of Suzanne's friends have exciting lives. In reality, they are busy with activities, decorating, and Santa Claus, and they realize something is missing. Suzanne discovers God is always doing something special. She writes her annual Christmas letter with this in mind and touches their lives.