Ted and Lynn Murphy lead a simple suburban life. They havethree wonderful children, their own small business, and goodrelationships with friends and neighbors. But that life isturned upside down when Ted signs a petition advocatingtraditional marriage. It is a small act of civic duty in hismind, but to others in their community it seems like an actof heartless bigotry. Ted and his wife become the focus oflocal protect that threatens not only to destroy theirbusiness but to suffocate their religious freedom as well.Is it enough for a Christian man to mind his own businessand build his happy life, even when controversy is thrustupon him? The Murphy's wrestle with that question as afirestorm threatens everything they've worked so hard tobuild.