By Owen Phelps, Ph.D.
Director, Yeshua Institute
There was a time when the most common models in the work world were the solitary contributor and the very small team, usually no bigger than a family.
In 1800, 83 percent of the American workforce worked on farms – small farms, family farms. One adult oversaw planting, cultivating and harvesting, perhaps with the help of children and possibly a hired hand. One adult handled preserving (canning) and cooking the harvest, perhaps with the help of children.
Today ag workers make up just two percent of the workforce – and most of them are found on huge far...
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