All the couples are back for a wedding in Las Vegas, but plans for a romantic weekend go awry when their various misadventures get them into some compromising situations that threaten to derail the big event.
Bishop T.K. Wilson, his wife & two children are a respectable family in their community - Yet the Wilson kids are fighting temptations & their son Dante has thoughts other than taking over his fathers church.
A spinoff of comedy "House of Payne," Curtis and Ella Payne (LaVan Davis and Cassi Davis) are trying to enjoy their retirement in Florida only to get roped into a real estate deal that will tumble their lives.
This movie tells the truth of many of our churches today. This movie should be a training film for all churches who are seeking a new pastor. All churches do not have this problem, but many churches do and their problems are swept under the rug. I applaud Russ Parr in boldly opening up a discussion about drama in the church. Isaiah Washington does not disappoint as usual - his arrogance is true to form, representing many of the young ministers today who seek nothing but power, fame and fortune, at any cost. Sadly, today's young ministers seemingly have forgotten their mission should be preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ and reaching the unsaved. Vanessa Bell Calloway's character represents the powerful voice that women should have in church today. In the black Baptist Church, women are ostracized regarding leadership capacities (Trustees and Deaconess). Vanessa was magnificent. Is this movie available for purchase?
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