The local men talk about a canal project that's been approved but hasn't been built. The government refuses to get started and the farm owners are suffering. They are reminded to defend their cause like a rock. But they don't understand. He tells them they're all different now because of Jesus. They need to be strong and keep peace in the village, even as they defend their cause. The women say that building your house on Jesus as a foundation is like building on rock. They are reminded to practice the things they've learned and believe. It'll make a difference to those in the village. Jesus taught that spreading the gospel is like sowing seeds. Not everyone will grow. But some might take root and bear fruit. The men talking about the canal decide to approach the village like Jesus approached people: in peace and unity. They decide to practice what Jesus teaches them and do their best to take care of the needs of their neighbors.