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.
Katie and Mike try to understand their friend David, whose intense love for baseball drives him to spend as much time as he can practicing and playing the game.
Michelle wrestles with God about witnessing to someone who, in her mind, is undeserving.
A woman looks back on her life of prayer. As she progresses from the simple prayers of childhood to the sophisticated prayers of adulthood, she ponders whether she missed the most important aspect of prayer: relationship.
A teenage boy talks about how he discovered he could become invisible and how lonely invisibility has made him.
Ted and Susan bump into each other at a wedding reception. Naturally, their conversation turns to the topic of dating. Ted is of the opinion that dating is "the slow process of revealing who you really are and seeing if the other person will stick around." Susan's view is a little more idealistic.
To open discussions with youth about self-worth.
When a husband arrives home late from work, a fight ensues over the nature of repentance.