Cyrus's acrobatic talent turns him from Roman captive to the star of the show in the mansion of Flavian the merchant. At last it's the big time...the spotlight...fame! So what if Falvian abuses his slaves? At least Cyrus has a life of luxury in the home of his new 'friend' - until the slaves revolt. With flames in the sky and swords clanging in the halls, suddenly Cyrus wishes he'd cooperated when Ben and the family tried to smuggle him home. Now it's too late - or is it? Can love redeem the ungrateful Cyrus like it does the prodigal son in Jesus' parable? Can it heal the rift between Cyrus and Justin. Just as Jesus healed the centurion's servant?