Presumptions is a story that teaches many lessons about life and shows that things are not always as they seem. Despite how it looks, even though you think you are seeing it with your own eyes. The story tracks the lives of several Christians and non-Christians within a church community that are all intertwined or affiliated in someway. It shows the way people are perceived by others despite the true problems and struggles that they may face. The main characters of the story are siblings without any knowledge of each other. They are separated during childhood after the death of their mother. The youngest child cannot remember his past, but becomes tormented by faint dreams and memories. He seeks professional help but can the doctor help? He begins to recollect a scene from his childhood and a promise he made to his dying mother to keep his family together Throughout the story the siblings are just steps away from each other's lives, but never realizing their connection until tragedy hurls them together, but is it too late? Presumptions also examines church cultures and shows that even churchgoers or those who we view as righteous still have very complex issues in their own lives. The underlying theme is that people are not always as they show themselves to be and we should be weary of forming opinions or judgments about the lives of others. Each characters story reveals timeless life lessons and messages that are relevant to us all. Presumptions is to enlighten, educate, empower and entertain us all.