To open a discussion on dealing with death or loss.
Two teenage friends catch each other skipping communion outside their church and challenge one another to examine their guilt.
As a young woman struggles with her daily life, an unexpected letter from her father arrives. In the letter, the dying man affirms his unconditional love for his child, and prays that she find the mirror of that love with God the father.
A parody of the Pina Colada song. A man and wife discover they are one another's secret lovers, but instead of rekindling their romance, they get upset that they were both prepared to cheat on each other.
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.
Mary visits Joseph at his workshop to tell him she's had an unusual visitor who imparted some wonderful, yet unsettling, news.
The story of two neighbors is told, and how the one never went to Heaven because his Christian neighbor never witnessed to him.
Four women settle in for an evening of videos and girl talk at their personal annual retreat. They think back over the 30+ years of friendship they share and the struggles they have seen each other undergo.
Running With Scissors is the unforgivable sin in this parable about the way Christians look on certain sins as more evil, more offensive than others--forgetting that sin is sin in God's eyes