May 28, 2018

Understanding Executive Functions by Andra Smith

  We are responsible to steward what we have been given, and I include in that stewardship our neurochemistry.  Approximately ten percent of us have neurochemistry […]
May 26, 2018

When do Children Meet with God? by Colleen Klatt

“And when do the children meet with God?”   A striking question asked by a church visitor.  Scottie May tells the story in Listening to Children […]
May 22, 2018

Alveary Immersion With Dr. Jen Spencer and Alveary Team

Are you new to Charlotte Mason’s Alveary? Considering becoming a member? A current member who would love a little extra guidance? If so,  join us for […]
May 21, 2018

“The Blessing of a Kindred Spirit” by Kelli Christenberry

To my friends and companions in the Charlotte Mason journey, I met a new friend this past week, well, many actually, but Kathryn stands out. At […]
May 12, 2018

Sunday-Keeping for Children by Celeste Cruz

Sunday has pursuits of its own; and we are no more willing to give up any part of it to the grind of the common business […]
May 9, 2018

Miss Mason’s Music Immersion by Heidi Buschbach

In Ourselves, Charlotte Mason writes to her audience of students, “Use every chance you get of hearing music (I do not mean only tunes, though these […]
May 5, 2018

My Struggle to Trust Charlotte by Nancy Elliott

Anyone ever had a “CM wobble”?   I am referring to those times when her philosophy comes head-to-head with a traditional schooling paradigm or some other […]
April 27, 2018

The Story of Grains of Gold Co-op in Roanoke, VA by Polly Pauley

“The Soul is able to apprehend God; in that apprehension is life, liberty, fruition. Knowing God, the Soul lives in its proper element, full, free, and […]
April 25, 2018

Nature Study Immersion at CMI Eastern Conference 2018 by Marcia Mattern

I’m currently sitting in the wild woods behind our property.  Two little boys, one daughter and two dogs are discovering in the creek.  The weather has […]