An adult daughter writes a heartfelt card to her father, as both enjoy reminiscing about her growing up years.
A man talks to a coworker about his mother's nagging request that he go to church with her on Easter. His co-worker in turn confronts him with the question, what will it take to get you to stop doubting?
A well-kept dress shares its secret for staying fresh and new with a wrinkled blouse and shirt; an illustration about Christian living.
A girl in a rough situation doesn't notice the people God sends into her life to help her.
To help the audience learn that some things in life must be cut away so "fruit" can grow.
One person looks at a creche and sees plastic figures. Another sees it as a representation of one of the two most wonderfully amazing and significant events in all of human history.
A young couple living together that only goes to church on Easter debates going the week after.
Passengers approach a ticket counter to book flights to sin.
Sometimes getting our heart's desire is scarier than rejection, a lesson that Julie faces when moving into her new "dream" house. Change is often frightening, but it is also a way of life. A fitting drama for graduation or in times of upheaval.