1 hr 38 min
Maggie (Ali Faulkner) is an 18 year girl who leaves her adopted Christian home after her fatherÕs tragic death. Trying to fill a void in her life, Maggie feels compelled to locate her birth mother. What she finds is not what she had hoped. Maggie finds a woman who does not love or want her. Sadly, Maggie gets caught up in the world in which her birth mother is living. After a few months, she reaches her breaking point. In a rage, she releases her frustrations by destroying the seedy hotel room that has become her home. A Bible falls at her feet and it is then that she realizes that there is only one thing that can break the bondage in which she is living, Jesus Christ. She is brought back to God’s word and realizes that He has a better plan for her life. Finding courage, she runs away from the nightmare she has been living. With the faith of a mustard seed and no place to go, Maggie finds herself living on the streets alone, broke and scared. Maggie is taken in by a group of unconventional characters that God places in her life to help make her passage a reality. With their help, she learns the timeless lessons of faith, love and forgiveness. Grace (Sheran Keyton) finds Maggie and gives her shelter and wisdom. Max (Mike Norris), a broken man himself, becomes her father figure. Together Max and Grace take Maggie under their wings to get her back where she belongs, home to a loving mother (Janine Turner) who has been praying for her safe return. In the end, Maggie finally realizes that as an adopted child, she was chosen and the love of an adoptive mother is a love that is second only to the love Christ has for his children.