While the miracles occurring in Twisted Tree are redeeming the McFee family, they're also bringing past secrets dangerously close.
In the thick of the Great Depression, William McFee, the oldest son of the McFee family is the latest in generations of distillery owners in Twisted Tree, Kentucky, working with his parents to revive the business--all while reeling from the loss of his youngest brother, who died in a car crash under mysterious circumstances. When a drifter recently buried near the McFee property begins drawing crowds of pilgrims to his grave, the McFees are dubious, but miracles seem to come to those who interact with the deceased--and those now praying at the grave. People--good and bad, believers and disbelievers--descend on the town to visit the "Potter's Field Christ" and even the McFees (who ache for their lost boy) experience a miracle of their own. But the publicity generated by the miracles threatens to bring the full depth of the McFees' secret past to light, putting William and his family in jeopardy.