Following the rape of his mother and her subsequent death, Yoel and two sixteen-year-old friends murder the assailant and flee for their lives. Their story reveals the perils faced during their faith journey and the many life-changing experiences they faced. After saving a young girl from a rapist, the group experiences human compassion when a farmer gives them food for work. Hiding under the very noses of those searching for them teaches them that Roman soldiers are not different from them. Grooming Roman horses to the best of their ability teaches a valuable lesson about honorable labor and pride in workmanship. Encounters with John the Baptist, and the baptism of Jesus, touch their lost souls. Witnessing the erotic dance of Salome opens their eyes to the deprivation behind palace doors. On the run once again, they give water and food to a stranger. The stranger introduces himself as Jesus. Confessing their sins, the group experiences the blessing of redemption. When their friend is stricken with palsy, faith in the healing power of the Son of God brings them to the home of Jesus. Come, join them on a faith journey like no other.