At 31, Josh Francis hasn't found his niche in life. He's good at many things, but nothing has provided meaning. Believing he's at a point where he cannot hope that his life will get better, he commits to find a new life by traveling for a year. Enroute to a stock-hand job at a cattle farm, he finds himself completely lost in a forest. He comes across a manicured path that leads to two broken gates, beyond them a beautiful Victorian homestead. He mistakes the place as his employer's home, but soon discovers that not only is this not the cattle station, it may very well be a physical entrance to heaven; a place where souls come to remember how to love. With the help of the homestead's Custodian, Josh learns that everyone must choose to enter Heaven of their own accord, but first they must allow themselves to love and be loved. He ultimately realizes that maybe his stumbling upon this place was no accident at all.