Missionaries are illegal in China; yet God is calling Daniel’s parents to move there and establish a house church. Daniel has a choice. He may either stay in America for his last year of high school or spend ten months in a country where he can only say the word “Christian” to trusted friends. Once in China, Daniel discovers that there is a fine line between being cautious and being ashamed of his faith, between disobeying man’s law and upholding God’s commands. As the strain of constant caution increases, Daniel wonders if being a missionary in China is really worth the risk.