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S6E86: Morning Time with the Aging with Tiffany Mai

Shall every man have all the bliss
That is, by right of fitness, his?
Is Vision for all sons of men?
Shall peoples walk with God again?

But, oh, the head is sick, the heart
Too faint to choose the righteous part!
Shall the Messiah purge the whole,
And animate each sinking soul?

And shall He in His power go forth?
From east and west, from south and north,
Shall men flock round Him with desire,
Soliciting His purging fire?

How wonderful Thy counsels, Lord
Thy ways past finding out, Thy word,
Quick and compelling, searcheth out
Just means to bring high ends about!

from “Savior of the World” Book 1, by Charlotte Mason

Show Summary:

  • This week on The New Mason Jar, Cindy and Dawn talk with homeschooling mom of 2 about using Morning Time in a local retirement home
  • How Tiffany first came to know the Lord and also how she found out about Charlotte Mason
  • How Tiffany started taking her children with her to do Morning Time at a local nursing home
  • What are some of the fruits Tiffany has seen from this experience?
  • What Tiffany includes in her morning time with the residents
  • How can other homeschool families start this as a ministry in their own communities?
  • What are some other areas in which families could minister to people through morning time?

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Books and Links Mentioned:

The Jesus Storybook Bible by Sally Lloyd-Jones

Wilfred Gordon McDonald Partridge by Mem Fox

Find Cindy and Tiffany:

Morning Time for Moms

Cindy’s Patreon Discipleship Group

Mere Motherhood Facebook Group

The Literary Life Podcast

Cindy’s Facebook

Cindy’s Instagram

Tiffany’s YouTube

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The Chief Thing we have to do––To bring the human race, family by family, child by child, out of the savage and inhuman desolation where He is not, into the light and warmth and comfort of the presence of God, is, no doubt, the chief thing we have to do in the world. And this individual work with each child, being the most momentous work in the world, is put into the hands of the wisest, most loving, disciplined, and divinely instructed of human beings. Be ye perfect as your Father is perfect, is the perfection of parenthood, perhaps to be attained in its fulness only through parenthood. There are mistaken parents, ignorant parents, a few indifferent parents; even, as one in a thousand, callous parents; but the good that is done upon the earth is done, under God, by parents, whether directly or indirectly.

Charlotte Mason, Parents and Children, p. 51-52

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