Renaissance. From the Latin “re” (again) + “nāscī” (to be born), perhaps more commonly known from the French “renaistre” (to be born again). As a Christian born again at the age of 23, this word is profound in my life. Renaissance: to have a new heart, a new mind, new eyes, lending to a new understanding of humanity and the vast love bestowed on us from a willing, sacrificial savior. Renaissance.
Much of my journey into the world of Charlotte Mason has felt like a renaissance. The shedding of the oldRead More >>