Grandpa, along with Luke, Ellen, and their two teens, fly to Texas to celebrate Christmas with the rest of the family. Grandpa's other son is a real down-home cowboy, and, unbeknownst to everyone else, has recently gotten married. His new wife, a former New Yorker and Jewish, is a recent convert to Christianity. She very likeable, but the family can't understand half the words she's saying! Even more puzzling is her teenage son, who misses the big city, resists speaking to anyone, and is on a "religious break." Family confusion rises to new heights when Grandpa's daughter arrives with her unemployed husband and their two out-of-control children. She is over-worked and deep into religious experimentation, while her husband is so depressed he's not even going to church. But who can even think about all these problems when their young children are screaming and running around? But ultimately, there is no need for heavy-duty aspirin or cutting the visit short. Through some last-minute dumpster diving, and more importantly, heartfelt conversations, this dysfunctional but totally ordinary extended family finds the truth and compassion of Christ as they celebrate Christmas together. About 80 minutes.