Audible: Reading With My Ears

As an auditory learner, audiobooks are more than a luxury for me; they are a necessity. Readers of any learning style can benefit from audiobooks, however. While auditory learners are probably going to be streaming classics every free moment that they can get, other learners (moms, dads, and children alike) can still benefit from being read … Continue reading Audible: Reading With My Ears

100 Cupboards: American Magician’s Nephew

"They (the books) are scary, because the world is scary. This is a scary place. If you want to raise weaklings and who fold the first time they meet an obstacle then give them hero stories that never face a real obstacle... (instead) you want to read about people who are actually facing intense challenges … Continue reading 100 Cupboards: American Magician’s Nephew

Roman Roads Media: Old Western Culture Technical Details

In a previous post I talked about the effect that Roman Roads Media's Old Western Culture course had on my family's trips to see my classics-loving grandfather, and our trip to The Field Museum in Chicago to see the National Hellenic Greeks exhibit. In short, Wes's storytelling inspired my imagination and enriched those two special … Continue reading Roman Roads Media: Old Western Culture Technical Details

Roman Roads Media: Old Western Culture Review

This review is part one of two and will deal with the efficacy of Roman Roads Media's Old Western Culture. The second review will unpack the technical aspects of this powerful resource. In the last year my life has been transformed and blessed by the CiRCE Institute and their partners. Specifically, God placed Sarah Mackenzie's Teaching … Continue reading Roman Roads Media: Old Western Culture Review