It's one of the best films in the series. Oliver's "divine delivery theory" that a letter will be delivered at the perfect time (even if it's 20 years later) plays a big role in it. It's also one of the most inspiring films in the series.
In it, a veteran with PTSD attempts to send a package to a friend who he feels lost without. But because his nephew accidentally drops it, spills something on it and mails it in a mailbox that's only being used for a commercial, the package ends up in the Dead Letter Office. With Shane's encouragement, Oliver goes on a camping trip with his dad. It's then up to Shane, Rita and Norman to track down the intended recipient.
For Rita and Norman, this involves a road trip and a Mexican restaurant crawl that will lead them to the veteran's friend. Meanwhile, Oliver and his dad talk about past troubles, and they end up lost and in crisis.
When Shane discovers that they're lost, she seeks the help of her rival. She puts aside her jealousy to help Oliver and his dad. By doing so, she ultimately finds faith, hope and love. The crisis also helps Oliver to realize how much past hurts have been holding him back in his relationship with his dad and with Shane. The veteran's friend must even set aside her own past trauma. The film shows how jealousy, pain and trauma of the past can clog up our lives and stop us from moving forward. The ending was so moving and uplifting and shows Oliver's "divine delivery theory" at work.
Mission #4: Find a kind, healthy, positive way to start to clear away some of the junk that's been preventing your life from moving forward in a positive direction.