When World War II breaks out, Miriam's fianci, Henry, is drafted and sent to a conscientious objector camp. But when Henry feels called to fight on the front lines, he goes against the Amish church to follow God's will-forcing Miriam to choose between the rules of her religion and the leading of her heart.
It's 1943 and Miriam Coblentz and Henry Mast are nearing their wedding day when the unthinkable happens-Henry is drafted. However, since he is a part of the pacifist Amish tradition, Henry is sent to a conscientious objector Civilian Public Service camp. When he leaves for the work camp, his gaping absence turns Miriam's life upside down. Little does she know that it's only the beginning.