I own gloves. Work gloves. That makes me a candidate to be the guy who stands on the ground and catches empty buckets being tossed down. On November 11, a neighbor of mine (our church's pastor) was pouring the cement roof on his house. BETON! I took my position and caught nearly every bucket used that day. I dropped a couple.
BETON is a community event. If you help people on their BETON day, they will show up to help you for yours. There are lots of jokes. There is lots of food...juice, coffee, tea, and bread...and a cooked meal at the end. And there is always a lot of noise. Men working under pressure to be speedy will cry out : "BETON!" or sometimes "BUCKET! BUCKET!"
It's an honor for me as an outsider to be part of a BETON. I was delighted to help our Pastor have a better house for him and his family. BETON isn't really a part of ASAPH Teaching Ministry, but it is part of being a community member. It's part of being a brother, a Christian.