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Best Cindyrollins podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
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Updated November 2019
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From the CiRCE Institute, this re-freshed version of The Mason Jar will feature a variety of voices that hope to explore the intersection of Charlotte Mason's important work with the application of classical thought, primarily (but not necessarily exclusively) within the context of home-education.
 
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In this final episode of season three, Renee Mathis is joined by special guest Andrew Kern who talks about what a mentor is, what we have to offer others, and why discipleship is the heart of everything we do.
 
Join Renee Mathis as she chats with her old friend, Andrea Lipinski, the director of the CiRCE Apprenticeship program, as she shares how mentors helped her become a better teacher (at home and in the classroom) and how their influence impacted her life as a working mom. Remember: if you like this podcast you can rate and review it and help us s ...…
 
Author of the recently released book Sufficient Hope, Christina Fox joins Renee Mathis to discuss some of the important issues facing moms and how the gospel has the answer for each of them. Remember: when you rate and review the show it helps us spread the word!
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Renee Mathis chats with Josh Krebs, a counselor, therapist, and homeschooling dad of 4. They chat about husbands, wives, moms, dads, and the power of great communication.
 
Join Renee Mathis for another conversation here on The Mason Jar with homeschooling mom and co-op leader, Jamie Rives. Jamie leads a Charlotte Mason co-op of 25 families in the Houston area. Find out the surprising truth of who is benefitting most!
 
Welcome back to the Mason Jar season 3! In this episode, Renee is joined by author and mom of 7, Rachel Jankovic. Rachel’s book You Who? addresses why moms matter -- and what that means practically speaking. She also has a great solution for countering the wrong voices with the right truth. If you like this show, please be sure to rate and review!…
 
Welcome back! In this episode, season three host Renee Mathis is joined by two homeschooling sisters, Jami Marstall and Jodi Shell. Join in as they talk about homeschooling and family relationship (including dynamics between sisters, siblings, and cousins, oh my!).
 
The Mason Jar is back with a new series of episodes with Renee Mathis, a longtime homeschooling mother, conference speaker, and a head mentor in the CiRCE Institute's apprenticeship program. In episode 3.1 she is joined by her daughter Katie Krebs, a 2nd generation homeschooler, to discuss the kind of encouragement is needed for mom's who are “ ...…
 
Join Karen Kern and her guests, Emily Hill and Heidi White for a discussion about the power of literature to provide children with what Charlotte Mason described as a "sense of the spaciousness of days" and "living pictures." They chat about choosing the best books, what engaging discussion looks like, narration, and reading aloud. Thanks for l ...…
 
Join Karen Kern and Elsie Iudicello as they discuss what Charlotte Mason wrote about the importance of play and getting outdoors, how the beauty of nature restores and refreshes, the difference between recreation and amusement, and how to guard our families against the negative influences of technology. Remember: subscribe, rate, review! And be ...…
 
In this sixth episode of this season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern and Emily Hill chat about how the experience of the beauty in nature contributes crucially to any family's culture. They discuss Charlotte Mason's essential teaching on getting children outside everyday and how she does with her own kids. She describes her three kinds of nature b ...…
 
Join Karen Kern as she chats with guests Elsie Iudicello and Emily Hill about the importance of exposing children to excellent art and music in a way that gives them the opportunity to participate at their own skill level, and how the arts train children to pay attention and discover truth, goodness, and beauty -- since, after all, education is ...…
 
In this episode Karen Kern is joined by Renee Mathis to discuss Renee's longtime love of cooking and the importance of establishing mealtime routines and traditions when children are young, thus passing on culinary delights to the next generation and preserving the culture of our homes. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!…
 
In the third episode of this season, Karen Kern chats with Christina Davis, mother of seven (and a longtime military wife), about nurturing a culture of service and kindness in our communities and within our own families. Christina looks back at what made her desire to have a family who serves others with delight, how her husband encourages her ...…
 
In episode two of this brand new season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern is joined by Cyndi McAllister, a friend and a pastor's wife, about nurturing a culture of faith in our homes (both purposefully and unconsciously). They discuss how faith must be evident in ourselves through forgiveness and repentance. Special attention was paid to the wonderf ...…
 
In episode one of this brand new season of The Mason Jar, Karen Kern is joined by her friends Heidi White and Emily Hill to discuss what we mean when we talk about "family culture": Does it arise subconsciously or must it be purposeful? What does it mean practically that our children are images of God to be nurtured? And how can we guard and pr ...…
 
After our winter hibernation, The Mason Jar is finally back with a new format, and new voices. In this trailer episode Karen Kern explains what the next few months on the show will look like, and David previews the new format.
 
In this episode, Cindy and David chat about her favorite reads of the year, including the books that surprised and disappointed her, the mystery novels she discovered this year, gift ideas, and more! Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed wherever you get your podcasts! If you like this sh ...…
 
In this Advent-themed episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat with Karen Kern about their favorite traditions for Advent and Christmas. Remember: subscribe, rate, review!
 
In this episode, Cindy chats with Charlotte Mason blogger/photographer/Wild+Free-er, Jodi Mockabee. They chat about her journey to homeschooling and Charlotte Mason, how she applies Mason's ideas in her own home, adapting her homeschooling to a student with sensory issues, delaying certain subjects (strategically), and much, much more. To learn ...…
 
In this episode, Cindy chats with her old friend Lynn Bruce (of the Ambleside Advisory board) to kick off a series of conversations about advent: how they celebrate, their favorite traditions, things that have changed over the years, movies, books, recipes, and more. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe t ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David a listener question about maintain cheerfulness and positivity during difficult times. Conversation touches on the necessity for honesty, the importance of seeing our children as human beings, keeping things balanced, the danger of being too goals-oriented, and more. *** Don't forget to join the ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David answer some listener questions about reading with younger children, the amount of time spent on "fun" books, and strategies for finding time to cook in the busy homeschooling day. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed wherever you get ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with Jennifer Pepito of The Peaceful Press and Wild+Free about creating a healthy environment in the homeschool, the simplicity of rightly ordered learning, learning alongside our kids, and much more. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with her friend and frequent Mason Jar guest, Dawn Duran, and Cara Williams, editor of the new Common Place Quarterly, a Charlotte Mason-themed journal. Cara is the creator of the Quarterly and so they chat about the goals of the publication, some of the topics it will cover, and much more. *** Don' ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with her old friend Renee Mathis about the value of friendship for the homeschooling mom. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed wherever you get your podcasts! If you like this show - and would like to gain access to some great bonus conte ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about reading hard books, especially with late-readers. Conversation touches on topics like how to know which books to persevere with, which books to set aside, using audio books with late readers, and much more (including Cindy's comments on her time at the Wild + Free conference last week ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about building a habit of Bible-reading in the homeschool. Topics of conversation include the value of letting your kids see you reading the Bible, the necessity to have faith in the Bible's power, reading plans and translations, and much more. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood F ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about the challenges of homeschooling during the high school years. Topics of conversation include the value of reading widely, how to empower kids to take ownership of their day, lessons she learned along the way, preparing young children for those upcoming years, the challenge of letting ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with her old friend, Dawn Duran, about the value of Swedish Drill, a new Charlotte Mason magazine, the various things going on (and the ideas being discussed) in the world of Charlotte Mason, and much more. Show notes: During the show Dawn discussed Swedish Drill Revisited. You can learn more about ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about Cindy's plans for this school year. Topics include: composter study, artist study, spelling, history, poetry, using third-party curricula, and much more. Show notes: http://shakespeare.mit.edu To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis Three Men in a Boat by Jerome K Jerome Spelling h ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about including grammar-study in Morning Time. Topics include how Cindy learned to love grammar, why grammar is love-able, when to start with grammar with your kids, the nature of sentence diagramming, grammar resources to use, and much more. Resources mentioned in this episode: Michael Cla ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy and David chat about the frustrations and anxieties that can arise when self-assessment factors into our teaching. They chat about the universality of this struggle, the ways that plannings can actually cause problems in creating a positive educational atmosphere, the relationship between fear and frantic ...…
 
In this very special episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with Mystie Winckler, Pam Barnhill, and Brandy Vencel, her friends from the Schole Sisters, for part one of a two-part conversation about self-education for moms. And once you've listened to this part of the conversation head over to the Schole Sisters podcast for part 2! In part one, d ...…
 
Join Cindy and David for a chat about the essential nature of poetry and why it's the most important part of any child's education other than Scripture. They discuss the best anthologies to keep in your home's library, how to use those anthologies, how poetry can change the lives of our students, and more. Anthologies mentioned: The Oxford Book ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with Maria Bell about recitation. Topics include why Charlotte Mason's views on recitation were distinctive even in her own day, Shakespeare and recitation, the Bible and recitation, principles of recitation, and much more. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include how to balance the demands your put on your kids and their own independent work, the relationship between writing programs and narration, whether kids should be rewarded for reading, Charlotte Mason for dummies, and much more (including baseball and Mother's ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with Dawn Garrett (also known online by the romantic moniker of Lady Dusk) about the ways she and her family have changed, grown, and evolved over the years - and why that kind of journey is good and healthy for any homeschooling family. *** Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group an ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include poems for little boys to memorize, favorite journals and art supplies, great baseball books, getting started with Shakespeare, moving from narration to writing more intentionally, homeschooling while pregnant, combining kids in Ambleside online, and how to de ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy chats with her friend Jeannette Tulis, a nature study expert, about doing nature study during the spring. Topics of conversation include what resources to use, flowers to look for, some personal stories, and much more. Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mas ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include whether there should be a distinction between being a mom and being a teacher, overcoming school-choice insecurity, and the renaissance of the Danish Hygge trend. Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed w ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Setting high expectations The day-to-day for large families and more Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed wherever you get your podcasts!
 
Join Cindy and David as they chat about Charlotte Mason's belief that "children are born persons," focusing, in particular, on the idea that children are not things to be "molded" or "shaped." How does literature and the way that great stories form the moral imagination play into this concept? What about discipline? Would Vigen Guroian's classi ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: Homeschooling through upheaval Good age to start nature notebooks Cindy's approach to the overwhelming mountain of classic books out there 2017 in reading and much more Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar ...…
 
On this episode of the Mason Jar, Cindy Rollins is joined by Karen Glass, author of Consider This: Charlotte Mason and the Classical Tradition, to discuss the topic of Narration and her forthcoming book, Know and Tell. This episode is brought to you by our friends at The Homegrown Preschooler! NOTES: Learn more about Karen at her website Find a ...…
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar Q&A, Cindy answers listener questions. Topics include: what to do with little kids when older kids are studying When to start morning time everyday Independent reading lists and much more Don't forget to join the Mere Motherhood Facebook group and to subscribe to the Mason Jar feed wherever you get your podcasts ...…
 
Join Cindy Rollins and special guest Pam Barnhill for this special cross-over episode between Pam's Your Morning Basket podcast and the Mason Jar. Drawing on their vast experience, Cindy and Pam chat about which subjects are best for Morning Time plus a whole lot more. Make sure you search out for the Morning Basket on your favorite podcast app ...…
 
We know you've got errands to run and a ton of cooking to take care of this week, so this Thanksgiving week we'll be bringing you two episode of the Mason Jar! Up first: Cindy chats with Gayle Boss and friend of the show, Megan Hoyt, about Gayle's new Advent resource which combines Advent and Nature Study. It's called All Creation Waits, and is ...…
 
In this bonus mini-pod, Cindy and David introduce Hallelujah: A Journey through Advent with Handel's Messiah.
 
In this episode of The Mason Jar, Cindy chats with Mary Jo Tate, author of Flourish: Balance for Homeschool Moms. Like Cindy, Mary Jo is a major book enthusiast, so they discussed all sorts of books to nourish a mom's soul, from classic fiction to modern non-fiction and everything in between. You can learn more about Mary Jo at flourishathome.com.…
 
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