Lydia, 16, loves writing letters and cooking, and she has a very strong faith in God that guides her every move. She finds peace from the tension of a divided family in her prayer closet. She is a peacekeeper and sees both sides of her family's problems.
The four youngest Plath kids are seven years apart, and although they look alike, they have distinct personalities. They talk about their musical talents, what they want to be when they grow up and what it's like not having their older siblings around.
At 19, farm boy-turned-fashion model Micah is hot -- and he knows it. Having shaken off the scrawny, awkward image of his youth, Micah is embracing his body and his freedom by making new friends, both in real life and on social media.
For Moriah -- the family's resident rebel -- independence can't come soon enough. Her free spirit and inquisitive nature propel her to seek adventure and push boundaries in the clothes that she wears, the choices she makes and the music she writes.
Though not born into the Plath family, Olivia is no stranger to life in a big family or on a farm. As a career woman and Ethan's wife, Olivia has big dreams and a clear vision for the life she wants to build for herself and her little family.
Ethan talks about the positives and negatives of growing up so sheltered. He was brought up figuring things out and has a real propensity for tinkering -- especially with cars. Ethan discusses his strategy of putting his marriage with Olivia first.