Inspired by a true story, this low budget, fatih-based drama tells the story of a father (Benjamin A. Onyango from God's Not Dead) who flees the Rawandan Genocide, only to end up with his family in a Kenyan refugee camp. There, he hears about a program that can help him come to America—but he must leave his wife and child behind to establish residency first. Reluctantly traveling to Louisiana, he meets another father (TV series regular Scott William Winters) whose faith is tested by his own rebellious daughter. As if that weren't enough, the two men join forces to build an outreach center helping other refugee families from war torn countries. This brings them in contact with yet another troubled family. 108 minutes PG-13.