Preacher Bartholomew and the townspeople have their hopes set on convincing Baron Von Zandenberg to sell – or give – them land for a church. Jeb Donovan, local cowpoke, is chosen to represent the town. When he and sidekick, Corky Renicker, pay the Baron a visit, things turn ugly. They're kicked off the Big V, with bruises to show for it.
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Corky says he'll never step foot on the Baron's land.
Jeb is determined to try again.
Grumbles erupt in town over the Baron's treatment of the men – and his greedy, selfish ways with Miles Gap. No one can figure out a solution. Maybe they'll never get to have a church building, after all.
In the midst of turmoil, the Baron's pride and joy, daughter Cassandra, returns home from finishing school.
The menfolk in town are dazzled by Cassandra's beauty – especially Jeb. The young ladies are envious of her lovely dresses and charm. But one woman, Bobby Jo, sees beyond all the disagreements with the Von Zandenbergs and reaches out to Cassandra, showing her true friendship and God's love.
Will Miles Gap be able to get land for a church? Can the Parson convince the Baron to help the community? Or will it take the Baron's daughter to find a way to change her father's mind?