When a stolen car crashes through the front window of the Country Diner, Kate vows to find the driver, who has vanished into the night. But when Kate's wallet is discovered in the front seat of the car, she has a whole new reason to find the culprit. How did it end up there? No one in town seems to believe that the pastor's wife isn't a car thief, and with their whole ministry on the line, Kate sets out in search of answers. Meanwhile, Paul breaks his ankle in a church basketball game and Kate finds herself caring for her ailing husband. And the diner's owner Loretta isn't talking about when-or if-the restaurant will reopen. Is this all simply a test of faith, or is this a sign that the Hanlons' time in Copper Mill is coming to a close?