Parents as Inspirers: the Educational Functions of Parents

There are four chapters or essays in Charlotte Mason's second volume, Parents and Children, that have the title 'Parents as Inspirers.' Each of these four chapters (chapters III to VI) looks at different aspects.   Chapter III starts with the idea that parents owe a Second Birth to their children i.e. a birth into the … Continue reading Parents as Inspirers: the Educational Functions of Parents

Co-operating with the Divine Teacher

Alpine Flowers, Mt Kosciusko Some thoughts on atmosphere & relationship... I'm taking Oswald Chambers out of his initial context here, but this quote from his book My Utmost for His Highest meshes with what I've been reading in Charlotte Mason's book, Parents and Children, especially Chapter 5: The main thing about Christianity is not the … Continue reading Co-operating with the Divine Teacher