Jeremy Scott shared a little bit about Economy of Love last year. Here's some more information.
Economy of Love is a small group resource of Relational Tithe, a global community of people who are trying to live out the hope of creating a network of relationships to share financial resources and burdens. The House Studio contributed to and published the resource.
Economy of Love includes a small group book and five videos, one for each week's focus. I have read the book, but have not seen the full videos. The book includes the video manuscripts, though. After the manuscripts in the book are some discussion questions, then some commentary, then some more questions. The whole thing is really, really good and will create meaningful, and probably uncomfortable, discussions.
There are clips of each video available on Vimeo, and I have linked to them below. They'll give you an idea of what the resources is about. I highly recommend it for people who are passionate about the Church being the hands and feet of Jesus in this beautiful and wretched world. I hope to do this in a small group with our church at some point. Has anyone already used it in a small group setting that can let us know how it went?