Nick Mancuso plays Rabbi Yehudah an excellent teacher who knows the Holy scriptures… After following and studying Yeshua (Jesus) the Rabbi knows with out a doubt Yeshua, is the Son of the living God that has come to fulfill all the prophecies relating to the Messiahs coming foretold by the prophets… During the Jewish observance of Passover, Rabbi Yehudah and his family share a Seder meal in a traditional Passover sitting…Rabbi Yehudah in a superb teaching explains in detail how the Seder itself, as well as the prophecies of the Torah, have been fulfilled in Yeshua (Jesus). However, during the teaching the Rabbi is challenged by two younger brothers, for his acceptance of Yeshua as the Messiah.
Samir Majan, a young man born and raised a Muslim in the Middle East attends college in America. After receiving a degree from a university in Chicago, he begins his trip back home to see his family. But something has drastically changed in the young man’s life since coming to the States. As his welcoming committee awaits his arrival, the young man is overcome by fear. Samir knows trouble and persecution lie ahead because he has done the unthinkable. Samir has become a Christian.
Dan Burgess (David White) is a senior in high school who is questioning whether his Christian commitment is worth it. There’s a big party coming up and all the kids are going. He’d like to go but knows he shouldn’t. There’s a certain girl he’d love to date but knows he shouldn’t. The “guys” continually make fun of his faith in Christ and Dan feels that he’s missing all the “fun” offered by the world. Plus, Dan’s stand for Jesus doesn’t seem to be influencing anyone. So one night, out of frustration, Dan decides his faith is restricting him. He wishes he had never become a Christian. Does he get his wish?