James, Carlos, George, and Arthur met as fraternity brothers in college. Back then, they were hazy representations of the men they would one day become. By some sort of miracle, each of the four develops as a strong leader, pulled to the power of the church. In adulthood, they reach the pinnacle of career success as influential mega-church pastors.
However, things are not what they seem. These four friends hold more authority than any men rightly should. The full package, they have charisma, good looks, money, and Ivy League resumes. To the average layman, these church overseers are the epitome of what a spiritual guru should be, but to the keen observer, they are more feared than loved.
To those enlightened by truth, the reality of their identities is clear. James, Carlos, George, and Arthur are not "men of the cloth" but gangsters who run both their churches and the streets with dictatorial glee. With rumors of ties to the Illuminati circulating, these four prominent pastors are now catapulted from the crime-riddled streets of Jacksonville, Florida, to the forefront of a secret, national movement that threatens lives and even souls.