Trusting God is not always easy. Our faith is often tested by time, fear, other people's opinions and our own self-doubt. This monologue explores some of the many obstacles that hinder us from completely trusting in God.
The man searches for the donkey that was taken for Jesus' entrance into Jerusalem. By following the donkey, the man finds a teacher, king and savior.
A husband is mystified when his wife tells him that she hates what he's become.
Part Three (of Four) depicting a shepherd of a modern day Nativity story, chosen by an angel to "share the good news of great joy" to an underprivileged community.
A Jewish servant recalls the night he witnessed the Last Supper.
The teenage daughter of the family that owned the upper room where Jesus ate the last supper shows the room to a friend and recalls everything that happened that weekend.
The struggling mother of an autistic child longs for a meeting with the Jesus of the Gospels.
A worldly man dispenses his main beef with Christianity being told how to live all the while trying to tell others to live the way he sees fit.
A Jewish gardener tells us of his eyewitness experience at the death and burial of Jesus.