There are many, many topics that you could decide to make a film about, and many of them would, to someone, somewhere, be controversial. A film involving the LGBTQ community and the evangelical church, would be one such subject.
But that’s exactly what filmmaker Kevin O’Brien has decided to do. O’Brien says he grew up in a conservative, evangelical Christian home and was taught “love the sinner, hate the sin” was the loving approach to the LGBTQ community.
That’s exactly the approach Dave Hopper, Stephen Shane Martin (“Sleepy Hollow (TV)”, “Bloated Minds”), preaches when he joins a local Christian Church College after moving back to his home town.
His boss, Tom Nowicki (“Mr Mercedes (TV)”, “Flight”), is even more conservative and is hell-bent, or heaven-bent, or heaven-straight? Anyway, he really wants a local building so he can expand the campus.
There’s a problem though, as the previous owner of said building allowed a support group to have exclusive use and told them they could have it, if they could raise the money to pay off some debts.
To see how they are doing, Hopper goes in undercover and what he finds is not what he is expecting. The support group, a handful of people from the LGBTQ spectrum, are not only supporting each other, but want to turn the building into a homeless shelter for the LGBTQ community.