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Timothy Paul Taylor,
Engine failure over Indonesia causes jet to crash near unpopulated island. Faith in God helps the three twenty-something survivors live through the ordeal of waiting for rescue by those missing them and wanting their return.
Love Covers All finds Jared Young having just been laid off driving from Charlotte to Atlanta to make it in time for his wife Jen Mercurio to give birth to their first child. She doesn't know about the lay off and he gets stuck in some rural backwater at a filling station with a car breakdown. It's a case of Murphy gone amuck.
The gas station and convenience store with it is run by Rusty Whitener who's a bitter old guy and down on Christianity in general. He had dreams like we all do of doing so much better. Don't we all.
The two guys do a lot of talking about their respective situations before help comes for Young.
The players are pleasant enough, those situations were identifiable enough universally. I'm still however trying to figure out what the point of all of it was.
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