The rundown apartment in a tough part of Los Angles wouldn't have been Elwin Hunter's first choice of a place to live, but God sent him there anyway. He reasoned it was no different from the command God gave Jonah. Go where the Lord sends you. It didn't matter that some of the occupants were drug dealers, some given to fits of selfish rage, or sold their body for food and drugs. Most of those Elwin met in that small apartment building never faced the decision the Good Samaritan made, never thought of others, only themselves. Could Freddie have a change of heart and cross the road to help someone, emulating the man from Samaria? Can Tiffany leave a life of drugs and prostitution? Will Jahleel turn to Jesus instead of hedonism? What will it take for Jorge to let go of his anger? When Elwin enters their lives, like it or not, they must choose. Of course, it won't be an easy choice for any of them. Lucifer does his best to keep them mired in depravity.