Minister John H. Groberg comes back to Tonga during the 1960s with his significant other and their five youthful little girls. At the point when their 6th tyke is brought into the world with a genuine ailment, the Grobergs face their definitive trial of confidence, just to end up encompassed by the affection and supplications of thousands of Tongans. Boundaries of bury religious conflict are before long separated as all join with expectations of a supernatural occurrence that will spare the child’s life, just as the life of a Tongan clergyman’s child.
“At the point when their child is brought into the world fundamentally sick, the Grobergs face a definitive trial of their confidence, and end up encompassed by the adoration and petitions of thousands of Tongans all things considered. Boundaries of religious difficulty are separated as a whole country joins with expectations of a supernatural occurrence that will spare the infant’s life, just as that of a Tongan pastor’s child who is in a state of extreme lethargy in a contiguous medical clinic room,” a news discharge composed of the film.