Please consider joining me at the Economics Conference May 8th-11th in St. Louis, Missouri. Many of us have been involved in the home education movement for years, or maybe even decades. We have learned the importance of family-integrated education where a father leads, and where parents nurture the hearts of their children in daily discipleship. Others of us have been involved in family-integrated churches, where we have rediscovered unity in family relationships, the responsibility of the father to lead and disciple, and many of the long-forgotten, biblical principles related to family-church relationships.
Now families are looking at the entire family economy as a critical element in this family reformation. Without re-integrating family economies, it becomes difficult to re-integrate the family in the other areas. Since the industrial revolution, the capitalist corporations and socialist systems have slowly displaced the family economy. Many fathers are not able to disciple their sons and daughters effectively because the economic sphere, which makes up about 80% of life fractures the family. Many families desire to work together, but they simply don’t know how.
Consider this question: Does your family have a biblical, family-integrated vision for work, financial management, inheritance, tithing, mentorship/higher education, hospitality, care for aging parents, roles for older daughters in the home, health care, and the countless other decisions you will face? Please consider joining me, Kevin Swanson, Doug Phillips, Geoff Botkin, Joel Salatin, R.C. Sproul Jr., Erik Weir, Dave Tucker, and over a dozen other speakers this May 8th-11th in St. Louis, Missouri. Maybe you haven’t thought much about your family economy. This will be your opportunity to gain a vision and develop your family economy for generations to come!
This 4-day Mega-Conference will include family-friendly activities and events each evening, and over 40 keynotes, panels, and workshop sessions that will give your family a practical, exciting vision for what God can do in your family’s economy in the decades ahead!
Visit www.FamilyEconomics.com for more information or to register. (Please note, the conference is already almost 2/3 full and nearly always fills to capacity prior to the event, so register soon!)
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