When Jesus (Zoltan Kazzas) returns to Earth and befriends Lazarus Young (J. Tate Silver), who is an out-of-work web designer, he helps Laz with the inspiring new idea for spreading faith and goodwill in the community, as well as assisting his local church to get back on their feet.
This isn’t any old Jesus though, as comedic episodes are frequent throughout, and Jesus, who, himself, is a jokester, entertainer, and a helpful character, is also on a mission when he meets Laz, who is down on his luck and lacks faith and confidence. Jesus and Laz buddy-up and set about to help Laz gain confidence to meet a girl and follow his dreams. Laz learns in the process that he puts too much faith in others, and needs to learn to look to Jesus as his example and model for how to manage the large and overwhelming circumstances in his life.
Meanwhile the local church and its pastor, Mark Phillips, hire this dynamic duo to help build the congregation and get the church back on its feet through a social media platform created by Laz, and the outcome is shocking. Laz learns that he puts too much belief in others, when his own faith belongs in Jesus, to fulfill his destiny.
The Dove Take
Family fun for everyone with a good dose of Christianity, W.W.J.R. is an ageless romp that drives home, between jokes, that Jesus is your Friend and with you always.