Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
A retired police officer struggling with personal tragedy accepts a job as a criminal justice teacher and baseball coach at a Christian high school, and faces the challenge of a lifetime when he agrees to investigate the homicide of Jesus Christ. Sergeant James Buanacore (Wade Williams) was on the force for nearly 20 years when a botched drug bust ended in the death of the prime suspect, and an innocent pedestrian. Subsequently forced into early retirement, Buanacore falls into a deep depression after his wife suffers a late-term miscarriage that causes him to question his faith. In the months that follow Buanacore descends further into despair, but that cloud begins to lift when his brother, a famous movie star, lands him a job interview at a local Christian school. Before long Buanacore is teaching criminal justice, and whipping the school's baseball team into shape. Things are starting to look up when his students begin to question his cut-and-dried approach to the material, which leads the devoted teacher to accept the challenge of investigating the tragic murder at the center of the Christian faith. Meanwhile, the evidence he unearths may just be enough to get Buanacore back on the righteous path.
depression, high-school, miscarriage