This attractive book tells the story of a person auditioning for a Christmas play. The director is God.
Their conversation examines various roles in the biblical narrative - angel, shepherd, wise man and members of the holy family. But instead of inquiring about theatrical experience, God asks about the actor's personal habits. For the role of Mary, God implores, "How good are you at nurturing every good thought conceived in your mind? At birthing every good intention?"
And so it goes. Confronted by God's expectations for each role, the reader is convicted alongside the actor until God's grace.