Young adults now, the Sower siblings branch out to discover their path in the world. Samuel attempts a declining gold panning industry, then impermanent work at Central Pacific Railroad joining the continental rails, leaving him unemployed and scratching for sustenance after its completion. Sarah struggles because she suffers a near absent relationship with her cow-punching husband while raising three children, managing their small farm, and being cut off from her parents. Naomi settles for farm life, but she fears she may do so as a spinster. With the demands of Biblical studies at a college on the other side of the American continent, David longs for the comforts of home. He finds himself enraptured by his roommate's family. The siblings realize that the most steadfast love, strength, and support they needed can only come from their parents and their strong faith in God's ever-present guidance. Will Samuel and Sarah reconcile with their family to overcome their challenges? Will Naomi inherit the Sower Farm? Will David's ministry plans change? Their story unfolds in this captivating frontier saga.