After spending years away from church, Elena Rodriguez has whole heartedly embraced her renewed faith—much to the chagrin of her husband Cesar. To him, all Elena seems to talk about lately is prayer, and he's concerned she spends too much time at church and not enough time with the family or with him. How will Elena reconcile Cesar's concerns while staying true to her beliefs? Meanwhile, Anabelle Scott is thrilled at the prospect of becoming a grandmother, but she can't help offering unsolicited advice to her newly pregnant daughter Ainslee, causing tension between the two. Can they call a truce long enough to celebrate the joyous news? James Bell must decide to whether to take over Scouting duties for his son's troop, which would mean leaving his ailing wife Fern alone, while Candice Crenshaw connects with the women in her grief counseling support group and makes an important breakthrough in the process. At the hospital, everyone is forced to come to terms with heartbreak when complications occur during a birth. If faith can't protect you from sadness, is such devotion worth the price?