An overworked innkeeper and his family struggle to meet the needs of their crowded inn.
One stranger (Mary) explains the point of Christmas to a scared and disullusioned stranger in labor with her first child.
A Salvation Army volunteer finds dramatically different views on charity among a host of holiday shoppers.
The three wise men try to write a song worthy of the newborn Savior only to realize they need to be on their knees rather than caught up in their thoughts.
Marvin, who simply wants to read the famous Christmas poem about Santa, is assaulted by family members who have their own ideas of what the night before Christmas should be like. In the end, no one quite knows the reason for the season.
A wife describes her detailed plan for seasonal gift-giving to her husband.
Too busy to shop himself, a father sends his business associates out to shop on Christmas morning for his family's presents. But as the new possessions fail to satisfy the spoiled children, the father is left to wonder if there is anything more to Christmas than presents.