Mother and son, Diane and Michael Ireland have just completed another successful medical mission trip to Mexico. Caring for children, delivering supplies, and of course Michael’s cherished time with Marisol, the love of his life, who lives in one of the villages they assist, Villa De Luz. Their plane waits on a nearby grass strip to take them home to Mission Air, their home in Texas. As they arrive at the plane a group of bandits attack in an effort to steal the plane. After a struggle with the bandits Michael and Diane narrowly escape with their lives and their plane. Back in Mexico the bandits are bent on revenge against the Irelands for the loss of one of their own during the struggle for the plane. The bandits formulate a plan to kidnap the Ireland’s daughter, Sophie, to bait the Irelands to return to Mexico to exact their revenge. Having no other recourse, Diane and crew risk everything to save Sophie. To remain undetected, they must fly low, at night, through a dangerous Mexican canyon in a client’s “borrowed plane”. Upon arriving at Villa De Luz the proverbial Mexican standoff ensues between the group of bandits and the Mission Air family. Protected by the armor of God, the Ireland’s rely on their faith alone in an attempt to bring Sophie home safely.