Jimmy Hope’s wife passed away a couple years ago and he has struggled to move on with his life, both at work and at home, where he is trying to raise his two daughters, as a single parent. Faith Turley is recently divorced and doing her best to recover from the pain of her divorce, but her troubles are compounded by the fact that the dream of her life, her dance studio, is in jeopardy of being shut down. Needing to raise funds to save her studio, Faith enters a “Pro and a Schmo” dance contest and now must find a partner who is a non-professional. Demetra, one of Jimmy’s daughters, prays every night that her dad will partner with Faith in the dance contest, because as she prays to God, “Our house needs a Mommy and our Daddy needs someone to love him.” God heard her prayers. Jimmy and Faith become dance partners and over the next few months, on and off the dance floor, she teaches him to have hope, again, he helps her to have faith once more and together they learn how to love, again.
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