Lauren’s life is full—full of ministry, full of traveling, full of love. She can’t imagine being any happier, until her seasons of depression intrude on her bliss. Then she is left struggling with everything she believes to be true. For Tyler, years of pleasure seeking, meaningless relationships, and starring in movies that glorify sin and violence have left him empty. He begins to think there’s something to this Christianity thing, though he realizes it’s impossible to stay the course on his own. As trials come, both find themselves faced with the question—is God really good all the time? Will they stand strong in their faith through the storms of life?