I’ve been thinking about posting something about this for a while, but realized today that the conference is getting closer and I haven’t posted anything about it yet.
Here’s the deal. The family is the fundamental economic unit, period. Someone with a Ph.D. may argue differently and footnote a lot of the writings of man. They are wrong. I have one big footnote to back up my argument, Genesis 1:1-Revelation 22:21. Eternity begins with a wedding feast for an exclamation point.
There’s a conference to help people realize the practical realities of this and it is coming to Raleigh next month. I’m not sure how much time I’m going to have to write about it, but the web site does a great job, so I’ll just point you there: http://www.familyeconomics.com/.
If I don’t write about it more soon, I’m guessing I’ll write about it more after the conference.
I will say that we are blessed to host our dear friends, the Harding family, who live a family integrated life in Virginia. Matthew wrote (and is writing) a neat series of books called The Peleg Chronicles that you can find at http://www.matthewchristianharding.com/ as well as other information about his family.