"See? I didn't rape you, so that makes me the good guy!"
But don't worry. Before things can go too far, God yells "Surprise!" and reveals the true purpose of this mental trauma. When Sheri touches her assailant and a few of the bystanders, she discovers that she has the power to turn people Christian. Like a Jehovah's Witness version of King Midas, Sheri converts everyone she comes into contact with. One errant sweep of her wrist, and the target is given a vision of the crucifixion, whereupon they magically accept Christ into their heart. This raises a lot of serious questions. For instance, does it work on animals? We suppose "isn't that robbing people of free will?" may be important, too ...
Sheri then sets out on a modern-day crusade, forcing her religion on any random sucker who crosses her path, all while the devil tries to stop her. Is ... is the devil our protagonist in this film?
"My stylist got a little carried away waxing my eyebrows. That doesn't make evil, per se."
This being a Christian flick, the devil of course fails, and eventually Sheri's power grows to the point where all she has to do is look at someone to convert them. At the end of the film, she goes on TV and, shortly before dying from her disease, turns everyone in America into Christians, because in the insane world of C Me Dance, people still watch television.