Above the Stars
Called home from the mission-field to pay last respects to his estranged brother, missionary Lonnie Striker finds he’s inherited a film company on the verge of collapse. A company that is the sole source of funding for his ministry. Now, he has just two weeks to stave off a mutiny, keep his nephew from executing a company takeover, hold his creditors at bay, curb his feelings for his widowed sister-in-law, and deliver a movie to market, while protecting a secret that could destroy them all. And there’s one other problem: Lonnie has discovered the movie is rated “R” for sex and violence. There’s no time or money to remake the film-it must go out as is. The film’s release will bring the company financial security—while standing on principle could cost him everything he holds dear, including his ministry. It sounds like an easy decision, but...
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