Missouri native Grayson Bailey has always been ambitious, driven, and sensitive when it comes to social issues. His strong sense of civic responsibility and moral obligation guided him to the pulpit, where he enjoys a unique reputation as being a source of spiritual comfort and polarization. Grayson was dealt a personal blow when his wife, Amily, left him for an associate pastor. He has never quite healed from her betrayal, nor has he expressed any interest in diving back into the dating pool. Any such inclination, as it was, died the moment his childhood friend and swavy political operative, John Stuart, suggested he run for a local political office. Grayson's campaign is one built on ideals, which causes him to often clash with John in terms of message, delivery, and how low he is willing to aim when it comes to opposition attacks.
Then a young woman named Luxi, an intern from a local college, shows up and everything regarding the campaign, his personal life, and past hurts is suddenly thrown out the window. Grayson can't say he knows what it is about Luxi, but he likewise doesn't have the will or the want to keep from digging a little further. Only what he discovers might not only be unbelievable, but devastating to the world, both temporal and spiritual, he thought he knew.