Joe Richey has spent most of his life clowning around. He's become the "e;good guy"e; who jokes about everything and laughs through life. Lois Johnson broke up with her rich boyfriend who wasn't a Christian. She's committed to serving the Lord through her new job. When Slow-Joe the Clown falls into her lap, Lois wonders if he might be the man God has in mind for her. Is Joe what Lois is looking for in a man? Or will his jesting be bad for their relationship? Can Joe connect with his real feelings, or will he spend the rest of his life clowning around?