It is 90 AD, and the Roman Empire is being run by the Emperor Domitian, who has declared himself to be God and ruler over heaven and earth. The Christians, who do not recognize his divinity, are a thorn in his side # and he is having them cruelly persecuted. The small village in Asia Minor to which the aged apostle John has withdrawn is also attacked by Roman soldiers. As if by a miracle, John is the only person to escape the slaughter # and he receives divine orders to write down the visions he will have and communicate them to the Christian communities in the Roman provinces of Asia.
In the year 2030, all religious freedoms Americans once enjoyed have disappeared, replaced by a universal church in which Christianity is outlawed. The government silences all truth and views those who dare to speak about their faith as terrorists who must be hunted down and destroyed. Only one man, Zach Thompson, has the courage to stand up for the truth. With the help of his friend Aaron, a Navy Seal with expert computer skills, Zach devises a plan to breach the government’s lockdown on religious webcasts, but Zach’s proclamation of faith comes with a heavy price. Imprisoned by a ruthless government official, Captain Jack Johansen, Zach stays focused on his mission, even with death pounding at his door.
Luke Rogers started out on the right path, but when his dad walked out on his family, Luke’s world came crashing down. Now working as a bartender to make ends meet, Luke is slowly losing his way. Between the enticements of the nightclub scene and a reluctance to fully commit to his devoted girlfriend, Luke’s crisis of faith is coming to a head. Will he ultimately succumb to temptation or can he take control of his life and try to forge a new bond with his estranged father? Offering a universal message of hope, Lukewarm is an inspiring tale of faith, forgiveness and redemption.