Wesley and Evie Cunningham have fulfilled their dreams. They are newly married, run a home for orphaned and hurting children, and have all the love they could ever need. When Evie wakes up in the middle of the night with a horrible dark feeling upon her she knows that something bad is about to happen. The weeks pass and a murder takes place in their beloved town of Rockland, but then all becomes well again. Evie announces she is pregnant, Peter and Constance come for a visit, adoptions of some of the orphans take place, and Knox announces his engagement to someone much unexpected. All the Cunningham’s dreams do not stay fulfilled, however. War has plagued Europe since 1914. America has not entered and President Wilson says they will stay neutral. Wesley feels a pull to help the French. When he learns that an all American volunteer flying squadron has been formed in France, he checks out the details. In February, 1916 he is sent overseas. He and Evie pray for peace in their lives with this new decision. After Wesley leaves, Evie must direct the orphan home all by herself, then tragedy after tragedy strikes and she is left to wonder why God would leave her in such a predicament without her husband. Meanwhile, in Europe, Wesley is used mightily by God to influence a man who would have never looked to God for help if it was not for the miraculous healing he witnesses. When all seems lost, Wesley and Evie hang on to truth. A truth that will see their dreams fulfilled. A truth that will set them free from what burdens them in this time of war.