The Retreat 2: Men After God's Own Heart
The Four Brothers of God are back! Quincy, Chauncey, Jamal, and Will have become inseparable as a result of last year's men's retreat, but will the very same event that brought them together be the event that drives them apart?
Quincy and Karen have come a long way since the affairs that nearly cost their marriage, but will their daughter's sudden departure from school drive their marriage to the brink?
Chauncey is determined to find a wife, but his exploration of online dating and the social networks just might lead him astray.
Chantel and Jamal have postponed their wedding to enroll in premarital counseling, but as old issues resurface, they are questioning whether they have made the right decision.
Finally, Will is fighting desperately to gain custody of his younger brother. Will he be able to save his brother from a toxic environment?
Once again these men are at a crossroads and will have to lean on God and each other to survive; but instead, they just might allow pride to drive a wedge between them.
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