Nineteen year old Sarah is at a crossroads. She's flying East to visit a prestigious art school that hasn't even accepted her yet, and she constantly at odds with her own family. Sarah used to get along great with her parents, but then her mom revealed a shocking secret: ten years ago she had dinner with Jesus Christ. Now Sarah is worried about her future, concerned for her mom's sanity, and sick to death of having religion forced on her at every turn. No one understands that she has more important things to deal with than praying, church, and Jesus. Little does Sarah know, she's about to meet her own mysterious stranger. A man who shares her disdain for organized religion. A man who can open her eyes to the truth - and help heal a broken family. From director Jefferson Moore and Kelly Filmworks, this thought-provoking sequel to the Perfect Stranger is a must-watch for the young adult in your life.