Do No Harm
Superstar Seattle obstetrician Miranda Taylor’s career is derailed by a catastrophic delivery that leaves her ostracized in both her profession and her church. When her musician husband is offered his dream job as a worship pastor at a growing Texas church, Randi reluctantly accepts the move as a chance to start over, but she’s dismayed to discover that her blunt northern ways offend the church’s southern belles, so she’s left out in the cold. In an effort to fit in, she offers to help plan the church’s annual women’s retreat, but she not only feels out of her element, she also continues to butt heads with the church’s leading ladies, who complain to the senior pastor, putting her husband’s job at risk. She embarks on a carefully planned campaign to mend fences with specific women, but just as things seem to be turning around, her nemesis finds—and shares with others at the church—an article about Randi’s Seattle disgrace, humiliating Randi just as the women are about to leave for the retreat. When an unexpected storm strands the women at the remote retreat site, the shared crisis leads to breakthroughs in some of the strained relationships, but then Randi’s nemesis unexpectedly goes into early labor and Randi must face her own fears and the women’s judgment to deliver the baby under impossible circumstances.