James Clark seemingly has everything that a man could ever want. His wife, Sarah Jane, is 40 years old but has long legs and a firm body. His advertising agency is bringing in lots of cash. And he has two wonderful children and a great home in the mining town of Charleston, West Virginia. But James is also the sort of man who brings his sister-in-law into his bed, flirts with other women and engages in unethical business practices. Even worse, he doesn't see anything wrong with his behavior. Sarah Jane urges her husband to go to marriage counseling with Pastor Douglas, but he refuses, knowing that she will never leave him. The pastor, however, ends up affecting the couple's relationship in ways they never would have imagined. As Sarah Jane works on her marriage, her husband focuses on work, filming a commercial for a coal company. Soon, he's not just fighting with his wife but also a conservancy group that is against everything that James and his clients represent. James can't believe it, but everything begins slipping away. To hold onto his life, he must do all that he can to redeem himself in "Making Love with God."