When agnostic liberal, Kimberly, moved in across the street from conservative Christian, Andrea, no-one expected a friendship, especially a friendship that would lead them to uncover the deepest secrets of their lives. Together with verbal shovels and buckets of coffee, they fought past their usual demeanors seeking a deeper understanding of life and God. Who was He? Why did His message seem so hard to live out?
What they unearthed was not expected or planned. The universal lie they uncover changed their perspectives of God’s love, and thus brought meaning back into their stagnant lives. This lie, the power of the whole Message to transform lives, and what the church and its’ people do to hold it back is told through the private and sometimes controversial conversations of two women who should have never been friends.