When a stir-crazy stay-at-home dad visits a master beekeeper, he asks his supportive wife if she would support a new hobbie, only to discover that he sustains many bee stings on his daughter, his dog, and himself, as well as losing a hive while on vacation, and now he must learn from his mentor beekeepers on how to be patient as he learns to sustain the right ingredients for a productive hive.
When high school students Dom and Jane consider having premarital sex while Dom’s parents are away for the weekend, they fall asleep during a weekly school chapel service, only to find out, through lucid dreaming, terrible outcomes await when they go on with their plan, and now when they wake up to an empty auditorium and stuck talking with the high school chaplain, they must decide to give up what is dear to avoid the point of no return.
When a former gang member and drug addict wants to change his life, he attends a rehab school, only to discover that he relapses (doing, dealing drugs, and stealing) and begins to ask Satan to drive God away, and now he must choose (rather or not) to give up his old life for God by leaving it and seeking admission to a new Christian school called Spencerville Adventist Academy.
When a poor high school student wants to get his family gifts for Christmas, he meets a drug dealer who convinces him to double his money for gifts by selling weed. Only to discover that this path leads him to becoming a dealer himself and an addict, and now he must test the Universe or God as the life-line he desperately needs to get him out of his addiction.
Tyler gives a hundred dollars to a homeless man and receives a stuffed tiger in return. Tyler soon discovers that the very tiger passed through the hands of heartbroken Nadia and injured Rachel. Tyler, Nadia, and Rachel soon discover that hope is sometimes the only thing that gets us through the hard times in life.