A thankful mother counts her blessings while cleaning up after Thanksgiving dinner.
A young girl is discouraged because she feels as if God is ignoring her. But what she doesn't realize is that God is speaking to her; she just cannot hear Him.
How would Peter react on a talk show when confronted with the question: Who is Jesus? Although you might think he'd deny he ever knew the man (three times), in this witty piece we actually discover that he has a hard time convincing the host that Jesus really rose from the dead.
A friend visiting a new church building sees it as a symbol of affluence, while the church member is reminded why the church exists.
Two believers discuss what they should do when they encounter a believer who has sinned.
Gwen is an overworked Christian with little time to spare, but when she's audited by a heavenly representative of the ERS (Eternal Revenue Service) she's shocked to learn where most of her time is going. A wonderful commentary on separating the urgent from the important in a busy world.
Three women share their frustration with meeting expectations for the perfect Easter celebration.
Three bridesmaids (one a widow, one divorced and one never married) confront their feelings of loneliness as the bride drives away.
Bob, Elaine and Judy are all eating their daily bread. But Bob is discontented when he thinks that Elaine and Judy have better bread. Frustrated, Bob forsakes his own bread, and unknowingly abandons the hidden treasure within.