For Mykal Rowe, forgiving the guy that killed your twin sister takes an act of God.
For Karson Christiansen, losing the woman you love is hard, especially when you blame yourself.
For Scott Jacobs, finding God after it feels like He's abandoned you take the forgiveness of the girl you killed. More
Mykal Rowe has just lost his twin sister. Karson Christiansen has just lost the woman of his dreams. Scott Jacobs has just lost one of his closest friends. Kassandrah Rowe has just lost her life, a life that touched so many people around her.
Now, the three men closest to her have to fight their way through a sea of guilt and anger, hatred and abandonment. The world continues to go on around them, but for Mykal, Karson, and Scott, their world seems to be frozen in that terrible moment and neither of them is able to escape. Mykal is stuck in a pool of hatred toward Scott for hitting Kassi with his car. Karson is drowning in guilt for making her slip into the street. Scott feels like he has just found God, only to have Him abandon Scott after killing his closest friend. Mykal is blinded by anger, while is best friend retreats into a state of bitter self-hate. When Scott’s self-destructive past finds him questioning God from the railing of a bridge, it will take a miracle for the three men to hold on to everything Kassi lived for.