In 1988, a Kansas couple landed in the secretive country of Burma. Rangoon’s streets were in turmoil, with the military government trying to squash pro-democracy protests with tanks, teargas, and armed troops. The couple cut short their visit, but their life’s path was set – they wanted to help restore hope to Burma. They began by supporting humanitarian projects, and eventually they started a nationwide fellowship for inspiring young leaders long shut out during the country’s darkest years. For 29 years, the American couple have been avid cheerleaders, as the country (now called Myanmar) has begun to turn itself around. The stunning scenery and vibrancy of Myanmar is matched only by the remarkable resiliency of her people, and this film offers a front-row seat.