James was a pastor and he came to a place where God was silent and he couldn’t accept that, so he walked away from his faith for a time.
He returns to his home town and discovers that a family new to the area had been killed in a fire. Travis, a friend, from his childhood was accused of setting the fire and James knows that he is innocent and sets out to prove it.
His home town has changed and he needs to unravel the truth that will set the town and himself free. While James works diligently to to find the truth, he eventually finds his way back to his relationship with God.
This movie was slow to start, but overall it was a good movie that my husband and I really enjoyed. We thought it was well done. We do not recommended it for young children or even preteens due to some of the more mature content.