Morning Time: A Liturgy of Love

Morning Time: A Liturgy of Love

MORNING TIME is a regular gathering focused on remembering—remembering Scripture, songs, poetry, works of music and art, stories—even Plutarch’s Lives and Shakespeare’s plays.

Cindy Rollins shares with readers how to experience the blessings of Morning Time in their own homes and communities. As Cindy gathered her family for Morning Time on a regular basis, she realized that the routine had become a liturgy, a regular practice and pattern that carried love and life to her children. The things that Cindy and her children discovered together in Morning Time were the very best things, and those things have proven to endure in their hearts.

The practice of Morning Time is simple to implement into one’s homeschool, family, or classroom. This book gives readers a practical, road-tested way to make Morning Time a beautiful liturgy of their own. It includes Cindy’s Morning Time Anthology—over 150 pages of poems, hymn lyrics, Scripture passages, catechisms, Shakespeare passages, and other Morning Time selections gathered to make your Morning Time easy to put into practice.

CINDY ROLLINS has been sharing for many years about her implementation of Charlotte Mason’s timeless principles of education into a regular morning gathering she calls Morning Time. The author of Mere Motherhood and Hallelujah: Cultivating Advent Traditions with Handel’s Messiah, Cindy also leads online workshops and discipleship courses through her website. She is the host of The New Mason Jar Podcast, a co-host of The Literary Life Podcast and co-author of The Literary Life Podcast Commonplace Book series. Find out more about Cindy at her website

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ASIN: 1944435166
ISBN: 1944435166
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