It was a year ago that Rory’s book was published and one year later, he still has a steady stream of interviews and articles going out into the world. His topic was very timely for anyone who is taking inventory of their lives and their work in a very volatile time.
Most recently he was interviewed by Aaron Wren, founder of The Masculinist:
Aaron is one of the foremost authors and speakers on the subject of men in the church. He writes, “Occupations are regularly created and destroyed in modern industrial America. But Rory Groves went back to the jobs that existed at the founding of the country to see which ones have stood the test of time for over 200 years, compiling them into his book Durable Trades: Family-Centered Economies That Have Stood the Test of Time. From farmer to midwife to coachman to brewer, Rory and l talk about trades that have proven themselves durable and how they are still alive in the world today. And how many of them still support creating functional, productive households in the 21st century.”
Rory was also interviewed by Joel Webbon of Right Response Ministries:
Joel is a pastor in Texas and speaks frequently on cultural issues. On the show they talked about how men can become more economically independent and how to establish a durable trades in the midst of “cancel culture.”