*Jim, owner of sleepy Turbo Auto Parts, is drowning in a sea of spark plugs, lug wrenches, two daughters in urgent need of his time and attention, and a wife on the verge of blowing a gasket.
*His assistant manager, Tony, passes fluorescently-numbing days tracking down stabilizer bars and suffering the endless musings of his part-time warehouse grunt, Ralph.
*Life at Turbo Auto Parts putt-putts un-merrily along, stuck in low gear, until Jesus glides in one afternoon seeking a carburetor for a '67 Studebaker.
*He offers no beatitudes; He seeks no converts.
*He doesn't even own a car.
*But, when he leaves his cell number on a While You Were Out tablet and asks the staff to have Jim give him a call, everything mysteriously begins to change.