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Year in and year out The Conner's played the same old role of "The Church Family" during Christmas when the local church would hold it's annual Christmas program. After all, it was the thing to do.....after all, Jake Conner was a man of tradition and wouldn't think of missing it. It was a chance to clear his conscience and make up for spending the other 364 days a year living life pretty much the way he saw fit. But this religious "cloak" he wore didn't fool his family and it sure didn't fool God. After a moving Christmas service, Jake's own teenage son Billy begins to realize there just might be more to this "religion" thing then meets the eye. Unbeknownst to him, his older sister Barbara comes home from college with some rather startling news of her own, and what she has to share will change the lives of not only the Conner's but the people around them...... Jessica sat alone in a darkened apartment. The emotional pain was almost more than she could bear as she played back the events in her mind that led her to this point. Oh, how she hurt. Rejected by her own family she had little use for anybody, least of all those hypocrites that sat in the pews celebrating the birth of their God with hollow lip service. That's how she saw it anyway. And why not? She didn't have enough fingers to count how many of these "holier than thou's" left her feeling like she was worth little more than a glance, a negative comment or a roll of the eyes. But then her own parents rejected her, so why expect anything more from anyone including God