Three sisters who serve as the planning committee try to prepare the perfect guest list for their special event.
Two parents discuss the world's assault on the family unit, oblivious to the fact that their own family is completely dysfunctional due to their lack of attention to their kids.
Christians give humorous but all too familiar excuses for not being involved in church ministry.
Gwen is an overworked Christian with little time to spare, but when she's audited by a heavenly representative of the ERS (Eternal Revenue Service) she's shocked to learn where most of her time is going. A wonderful commentary on separating the urgent from the important in a busy world.
Three women share their frustration with meeting expectations for the perfect Easter celebration.
Three bridesmaids (one a widow, one divorced and one never married) confront their feelings of loneliness as the bride drives away.
A husband is convinced he's found the perfect church online: customized music, short sermons, and minimal commitment-all from the comfort of home. But when he logs on for a Sunday service, he quickly learns that 'double-clicking' can't replace interaction with the living body of Christ.
A woman goes to a car lot looking for the gospel and encounters several false gospels before she finds the right one, one much older and less flashy than the others.
A husband-and-wife missionary team report on their mission work.The husband's goal is to update the people on their mission efforts and ask for continued prayers and support. The wife, however, has a whole different agenda.