As Mary and Joseph settle into their rustic surroundings on the first Christmas Eve, an angel reminds us of that God’s timing is always perfect.
A couple's efforts to assemble a bike lead to a discussion of their marriage, and how they can correct what's wrong.
Four people give their views on how they see Christmas and view the baby.
In this fast-paced society, how often do we enjoy the wait? Here two friends prepare to watch a meteor shower. As they savor the moments of anticipation, life is put in perspective again. A wonderful sketch for the Advent season of anticipation.
A modern day Scrooge is visited by the ghost of an old colleague and shown the consequences of his workaholic lifestyle.
One stranger (Mary) explains the point of Christmas to a scared and disullusioned stranger in labor with her first child.
Two Jewish boys daydream about the coming Messiah on the unexpected eve of His actual birth.
All of Suzanne's friends have exciting lives. In reality, they are busy with activities, decorating, and Santa Claus, and they realize something is missing. Suzanne discovers God is always doing something special. She writes her annual Christmas letter with this in mind and touches their lives.
A guy having a hard year remembers when his faith in Santa Claus was tested, then reflects on how that story helped him keep his faith in Christ.