Ronald, an angel sent by God, must help George Billington recover from his drug and alcohol addictions, but the assignment won't be an easy one.
After the death of his parents, George lost his faith in God and sought comfort through drugs and alcohol. God decided to give George a second chance, so he sent an angel named Ronald to help George. Upon meeting George, Ronald learned that his mission wouldn't be an easy one, and he wondered if he'd be able to complete the assignment and earn his wings.
George was drunk when Ronald found him and expressed the fact that he didn't believe in angels. Although George's stubborn, ill tempered and independent personality came out, Ronald finally persuaded George to talk with him. George told Ronald about his sister, Kara, and confessed that he hadn't seen Kara in two years. Ronald then decided to search for George's sister with the hope that he could reunite the two, and Ronald thought that just maybe Kara would be able to help.
Upon finding Kara, Ronald convinced her to help him. Along with Kara's help, he also received assistance from Kara's minister, Timothy Gill. Did the three of them triumph in getting George the help he needed to recover, or did George's attitude cause the trio to call it quits?