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A Podcast for life-long learners, young and old

“Stand by the roads, and look, and ask for the ancient paths, where the good way is; and walk in it, and find rest for your souls.”

Jeremiah 6:16

If you're anything like me, life is often threatening to become busy, chaotic, and disordered. The Good Way is an intentional response to these distractions. The reality is that our hearts and souls are constantly being formed. What they are being formed toward, however, is up to us. The Good Way Podcast is a call to slow down, to use the things that are good, true, and beautiful to enjoy God. After all, He is the only one who can make us truly happy. By tuning our hearts to great hymns, igniting our imaginations with wonderful stories, training our minds to soak up poetry, and impressing scripture deep into our hearts, our souls are formed. This is true not only for children, but also for us grown ups!

In his Confessions, St. Augustine famously said, "You have made us for yourself, and our heart is restless until it rests in you." Consider the Good Way podcast an invitation to seek God and learn to rest in him, even in the midst of busy family life!

Don’t forget to look for the good way, and walk in it!

Hello! I’m your host, Holly, and I’m so glad that you’re here.

Learning to love the right things takes practice, and that’s what this podcast is all about. By feasting on the things that are good, true, and beautiful, we learn what we ought to love. And when we love what we ought, doing what we ought isn’t quite as hard. You could call me a collector and curator of good, true, and beautiful things for kids, and for those grownups who haven’t lost their sense of wonder. This is the place where I share them.

I’ve been thinking about education for more than two decades, working in public, charter, Christian, classical Christian, and home school settings. I have a BA and MA in education from Biola University, and an Ed.S. in classical Christian school leadership from Gordon College. Captivated by the good, the true, and the beautiful, I seek to help students, families, and schools flourish. I am the wife to one adventurous husband, mother to three lively children and one lazy labradoodle, and faithful companion to good books, preferably alongside a square of dark chocolate and cup of peppermint tea.

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