A busy high-strung executive finds herself stuck on a park bench with a laid back stranger.
A young woman prays to God, frustrated by her circumstances and asking God to intervene and change things for her. In the end, an answer comes unexpectedly from a Christian friend.
So what do we do with the dreams God has given us? Do we open them up and start playing like a kid at Christmas? Or do we set them aside like guest towels and china for some special day in the future?
A Christian father works through his ever-changing role in his child's life, from the baby's first weeks home from the hospital to his daughter's wedding. An endearing approach to the difficulty of 'letting go' as children leave the nest, and an encouragement to fathers who are struggling.
While dodging yet another street evangelist, Joe runs into an angel and a hands-on demonstration of his inability to earn salvation by his own efforts. A lighthearted metaphor with a sobering message for unbelievers.
A strange Halloween visitor displays a remarkable trick, making the homeowner very uncomfortable.
Maureen, step-mother to teenage Rudy, is struggling to make friends with Rudy who is bitter about her circumstances.
Two teenage friends catch each other skipping communion outside their church and challenge one another to examine their guilt.
Three independent scenes (featuring the same two actors in different roles) illustrate how worry, doubt, and guilt keep people from enjoying the holidays. Could be done with two actors changing parts for each scene or 6 separate actors.