"Standing Alone" takes place in the breakfast nook of Wallace and Georgia Hardin's home. Angie Hardin, their twenty-year-old daughter, and her fiance, Tim, are engaged to be married, but are currently living together in a new house they've purchased as a couple. Wallace is an "old-school" father who disapproves of Angie and Tim living together before marriage. In this compelling story, Angie and Tim, having just spent the previous night in Angie's childhood bedroom together, clash with Wallace over their pre-marriage relationship. Exploring the tension of holding convictions in a world of tolerance, "Standing Alone" is the story of a father grappling with his deep-heart desire to do the godly thing while responding to his hurting daughter's need for love and acceptance.