Two kids get presents at Christmas: one gets a toy, one gets Jesus. In the end, only one had a gift that lasted.
Scrooge’s change of heart and good will are met with ingratitude and a lust for paybacks by the Cratchit family.
A reader's theatre approach to the carol "Away in a Manger," as seen by children.
A reader's theatre perspective on the greatest gift of the holiday season: the presence of God.
Four people give their views on how they see Christmas and view the baby.
A group of Christmas ornaments waiting for the holiday season discuss the long wait the world had to endure for the first Christmas, and how easily the world forgot about Christ's coming then and now.
The hottest toys from every Christmas season gather at a Christmas party, where they discuss the true meaning of Christmas and how easily it gets forgotten.
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.
While preparing for the busy Christmas season, Ron and Kathy try to remind June and Mike of what the reason for the season really is.