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A concise introduction to the family economy


Centuries after the “triumph of industrialism,” we find ourselves wrestling through a paradox of wealth and loss, of abundance and loneliness. The home, once the principle “factory” of society, stands now as a mere shell of its former function and authority. The family, once the bedrock of civilization, is more divided today than it has been at any point in human history.


In the face of such monumental shifts, corrupt philosophies, and entrenched interests, what can one family possibly do? Quite a bit, actually. We believe the answer can only come from families, and it can only start at home. The family economy is a concept so foreign to the modern industrial mind that it needs to be re-introduced and defined again as the solution that it has been for thousands of years. That is what this book intends to do.


Endorsement for The Family Economy


“Rory Groves here offers a clarion call for the restoration of the family economy in the twenty-first century. The time has never been more urgent for it. Human society in developed economies is now pressed to the breaking point. The family has been decimated by cultural, social, and sexual revolutions. Technology has turned counterproductive to human life. We’re doing everything wrong, and that’s hardly an exaggeration. This is the very beginning of putting things right again. Ultimately, we’re going to have to get back to God’s way—the third way.”

Kevin Swanson, author of Epoch: The Rise and Fall of the West


The Family Economy: Discovering the Family as It Was Designed to Work


By Rory Groves

Paperback, 80 pages

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