All hell is about to break loose at Calvary. Grace is gathering information in hopes of bringing down Mac for good. Meanwhile, auditors are sorting through the church’s finances. When Mac, who was tasked with staying on top of the situation, discovers Grace’s business card amid the auditor’s paperwork, he thinks something is up—and he loses his cool.
Storming into Grace’s office, Mac says, “You stay out of my way.”
“What are you talking about?” Grace says, taken off guard.
“I mean it; stay out of my way,” Mac growls.
“Get out of my office now,” Grace says, pointing at the door.
“You went behind my back to your auditor,” Mac says, as he leans against Grace’s desk. “I don’t know what you told them, but you better realize: You start pulling threads to get to me, girl, you’re going to unravel the whole thing. The whole damn thing.”
“The auditor came to me,” Grace says defiantly.
“For what? Go ahead.”
“Don’t pull that with me,” Mac says, raising his voice. “You’re no more a pastor than I am. What about? What did you talk to her about?”
Grace leans forward and whispers, “She has a son who lost his legs in the Army. She wanted to know if we had any programs for disabled vets.”
As Mac falls silent, quivering in anger, Kevin opens the door, looking concerned. “Everything okay in here?” he says tentatively.
Mac doesn’t acknowledge Kevin, never breaking eye contact with Grace. “You don’t know,” he says to her in a whisper.
“I do, though,” Grace says, smirking. “I know everything.”
“You don’t know, and you don’t know what you don’t know,” Mac says, his eyes burning with fury and hate. “Stay the hell out of my business.”