If you’re confused about teaching economics, or are just looking for a great economics curriculum, this is the place to begin.

In this series, we are going to look at how God answers this prayer and, in His grace, gives us our daily bread. My prayer is that you will not just come away with a better understanding of how God has ordered His world, but that you will, in turn, become a more faithful steward, remembering that 'the earth is the Lord’s, and the fullness thereof.'"

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Economics for Everybody can be paired with another economics textbook as a more in-depth study for students with worldview training (10th/11th/12th graders). We recommend Basic Economics Third or Fourth Edition by Carson and Cleveland.


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