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A devoted California pastor leads the fight to save a struggling Atlanta church from foreclosure in this inspirational religious drama. James White (David A.R. White) was just another associate pastor at the California mega church of Johnny Kingman (Ray Wise) - a television evangelist who presides over a lucrative Christian empire - when he received the opportunity to preside over his own congregation. The only problem? That congregation just so happens to be at the Divine Faith Apostolic Church in Atlanta - a far cry from sunny California. James' family isn't thrilled about the move, and upon arriving at the impoverished church it's obvious that his new parish doesn't exactly welcome him with open arms. But when a greedy banker hatches a plan to foreclose on the house of worship, James and his flock band together with BeBe Winans to stage a musical benefit that just might bring everyone together, and save their church in the process. Victoria Jackson, Jackée, and Bruce Davison co-star.