Till We Have Faces (Part 2)
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen as they continue their discussion of C.S. Lewis' novel, Till We Have Faces and its relevance for moms, homes, and families.
Till We Have Faces As a Book About Education
Over the next few episodes Emily, Renee, and Karen will be discussing how C.S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces is a book about education. In this episode they're discussing the myth of Psyche and Cupid, the importance of mythology, Orual's voyage of the soul, and much more.
Learning from Nature
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen as they discuss mankind's place in the created world. Why do we go into nature to find refreshment? Plus they discuss how being outside (on adventures, in beautiful places) has helped shape them and how it particularly helps shape the habit of paying attention.
Making the Most of Summer
Join Emily, Renee, and Karen astray discuss ways to find rest from routine, using summer to prepare for fall, big picture planning and reorganizing, working on particularly habits with particular children, and more.
The Art of Narration
In this episode Emily, Renee, and Karen discuss how narration develops the ability to pay attention, cultivates the faculty of memory, and is a natural way to assess comprehension.
What to Do When Our Stories Are Hard
Join Emily, Karen, and Renee as they continue their discussion about the importance of family stories: how they connect us and tell us who we are -- and what to do when our stories are hard.