Alex Montoya is a man who has fallen away from the Christian faith. He finds himself in a destructive relationship and in financial debt which causes him to become involved in various con jobs. Jacob, a wise and loving Christian man, offers Alex a better way to live his life in hopes of allowing Alex to change his ways and reconnect with God.
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