The world is about to open its arms to Perry Skky Jr. But if he isn't right with God, nothing will be right for him. . .
On the verge of graduation with a football scholarship in hand, Perry heads for a Christian sports camp with everything going his way. But nothing is what it seems, and this summer will open Perry's eyes to prejudice, temptation, and God's plans for his life--if he's willing to listen.
On his own for the first time at the nearly all-white Hilton Head, Perry's innocence is stripped away when he comes face-to-face with the ugliness of racism. Suddenly, everywhere he looks, he sees trouble: The police harass Perry for a crime he didn't commit. His dad is getting pressure at his dealership for speaking out against discrimination. The other players at Tech are jealous of their new teammate. Even Perry's dazzling skill on the football field is leading him away from God and down a path of temptation.
Now, Perry has a choice--he can join the haters, or he can give the glory to God, uplift others, demonstrate the way, and make what's wrong right. . .