Much Depends upon Dinner: Food, Fellowship, and Fiction

Renee Mathis

Presented at the 2016 South Central Regional Conference in Austin, Texas. 

  • Price: $5.00

The Humble Reader: Approaching Literature with Meekness

Angelina Stanford

Presented at the 2016 South Central Regional Conference in Austin, Texas. 

  • Price: $5.00

Pedagogical Lessons from Cinema

Andrew Pudewa

Presented at the 2016 South Central Regional Conference in Austin, Texas. 

  • Price: $5.00

How Dante Can Save Your Life

Rod Dreher

Dante's Divine Comedy is not just one of the greatest books of all time, but also a surprisingly accessible self-help manual guiding the attentive reader on a journey of introspection and healing. Rod Dreher explains how reading Dante saved his life, and shows how the famed poet can do the... Read More

  • Price: $3.00

The Tender Question: Developing Emotional “Presence” in Class

Tim McIntosh

In a healthy classroom, emotions are acknowledged for what they are — signals that something vital is happening. Good teachers invite this vitality through their presence and “the tender question.” This talk explores what that means and what it looks like.  

  • Price: $3.00

Everyday Ceremonies: Using Liturgy in the Home to Harmonize Past, Present, and Future

Cindy Rollins

This session discusses how to harness the power of daily habits, small steps, and long obediences as we endeavor to transmit Christian culture to the children in our homes. Please note: the quality on this recording is, at times, somewhat low due to ambient noise. The price has been adjusted... Read More

  • Price: $1.00

Singing in Harmony: The Six Dimensions of School Life

Andrew Kern

Andrew Kern and Brian Phillips discuss the six dimensions of school life (governance, pedagogy, curriculum, assessment, community, and environment), their significance, and their inescapable connections with one another.  A “harmonious” school holds the six dimensions together, mindful of how one... Read More

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Breaking Free of Your Own Modern Education (and How Others Are Doing It)

Christopher Perrin

We know from Luke 6 that when a student has been fully trained he will become like his teacher.  Those of us who were not classically educated may not fully appreciate the deep ways we have been patterned and cultivated to become like our progressive teachers.  In this seminar we will take a hard... Read More

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“Our Eyes On the Heavenly Fires”: The Place of Beauty in Early Christianity

Wes Callihan

The early Christians didn't talk a lot about beauty directly but assumed a great deal about its power and the role it plays in bringing us to God, a role that turns out be central to efforts in education. Saints Clement, Basil, all the Gregories, Chrysostom, Augustine, and John of Damascus - all... Read More

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The Disharmony of Modern Thought

Martin Cothran

There seems to be something out of kilter with modern thought, but it’s hard to put a finger on exactly what it is. Both modern rationalism and the postmodernism that rebels against it seem somehow unbalanced and incomplete. They seem out of harmony with each other and with reality itself. Let us... Read More

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