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One downcast believer makes twenty souls sad

Thursday, May 11th, 2017

Morning and Evening by C.H. Spurgeon May 11, Evening Only be thou strong and very courageous. Joshua 1:7 Our God’s tender love for his servants makes him concerned for the state of their inward feelings. He desires them to be of good courage. Some esteem it a small thing for a believer to be vexed […]

Classical Education and Charlotte Mason

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

The Classical Approach and the Charlotte Mason Approach — opposites or compatible? In the narrowest sense of the term, a classical education might mean to study, in the original languages, the literature written during the classical periods, the time when Greece and Rome ruled the world (from Homer to the 6th century AD). The study […]

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