Four strangers that never meet change each other’s holidays for the better. See how one act of random kindness can help someone in unseen ways and spread Christmas cheer.
With a son away in the military and a wife on the brink of divorce, William Howard is overwhelmed with grief at the thought of another lonely Christmas this year. Will he let that keep him from having a merry Christmas, and can he overcome his feelings to spread joy for the holidays like he did last year?
When a man on a trip with an important delivery sees an unfortunate turn of events, he meets someone who helps to turn his night around. What is his destination though? And why is the delivery important?
A six-year-old boy has a chance encounter with another family while out Christmas shopping with his parents. When he sees that the family’s holiday experience won’t be as merry as his, it leaves little Sam Coffey with questions that lead to a Christmas very different than what both families are used to.
A building made of wood, shingles, and carpet isn’t often thought to have the Spirit of Christmas, but the house two lots down from Walnut and Jefferson tells us a different story.
When you’ve lived on the streets as long as Paul has, you do what you must to get by; even steal for food. But when he takes a would-be present on Christmas Eve, he is plagued with regret and follows the family to their home. He could never imagine what he would experience there.
Sam’s Christmas gift to himself is an experimental trip back in time. With all of his recent losses, it leaves his friends wondering if he is going back to see his wife and kids, his mom, or something else entirely. Where he wants to spend his Christmas is a surprising mystery only Sam himself knows.
Julia has never gotten along with her neighbor, Jamal. When Pastor Jerry invites him to the annual Christmas dinner, Julia’s sure her Christmas is ruined, but she has no idea what’s in store for her this holiday season.
Tipsy the elf has a way of messing things up at work in Santa’s shop. This year he messed up big. Will he be able to get the present that he didn’t get on Santa’s sleigh to its owner in time, or will Christmas for that child be ruined? How will the world outside the North Pole look to a Christmas Elf?
Loneliness has start to set in for Major General Thunder. Christmas is coming, and he is stuck in a cell. Will he get out in time for Christmas?