There is never a dull moment for Mount Zion Ministries' main ladies, but this time around, the ladies find themselves fighting to stay afloat amid the storm.
Charles and Sullivan Webb's happy home life comes crashing down around them after Sullivan is critically injured in a car accident. Charles is faced with having to choose between saving the life of his pregnant wife or that of his unborn child.
Lawson Banks had barely gotten used to the idea of being a stepmother to husband Garrett's love child when her teenage son, Namon, informs her that she is about to become a grandmother. Lawson struggled as a teen parent, and she will stop at nothing to make sure history doesn't repeat itself.
Angel and Duke King pray that the third time is the charm for their turbulent romance. All seems well until a female employee accuses Duke of attempted sexual assault after an overnight business trip. Given his past, Angel is torn between standing by her man and taking the word of his accuser.
After secretly eloping, Reginell and Mark Vinson are basking in wedded bliss, until Reginell is diagnosed with endometriosis. Not only does her subsequent hysterectomy terminate any chance of conceiving a child, but Reginell also suffers unforeseen consequences.
After failing to get her own reality show off the ground, Kina manages to secure a lucrative book deal. Her publisher assigns Desdemona Price to be Kina's ghostwriter, and the two become fast friends—until Desdemona starts to insert herself into the lives of Kina's friends and it becomes apparent that she has a hidden agenda of her own.
The ladies have always been able to rely on God and each other, but even those things that were once most familiar now seem foreign. For the first time, they begin to question if their friendships are more of a hindrance than a help, and if God is even listening.