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Hello friends! Forgive the long blogging silence. Three conferences, one wedding, and the travel in between have just been a bit too much. My writing mind is a rather shell shocked. But a post shall follow soon, scout’s honor. For even a mind bewildered by busyness can be renewed by a good few hours of reading. And ah, I’ve been reading.
Today though, I want to share this luminous video with you, a creation of my inspired friends over at Story Warren. Sam and Gina and their lovely, imaginative children (you will meet them in the video) are kindred spirits in their vision to help families cultivate children with “holy imagination.” We’re comrades in arms, I think. Enjoy.
Sarah Clarkson is an author, blogger, and student of theology at the University of Oxford. She loves books, beauty, and imagination and wants everyone else to understand why they should too. She is the author of Read for the Heart (a guide to children’s literature) and Caught Up in a Story, an exploration of the way that narrative and imagination form a child’s sense of self. She wrote The Lifegiving Home with her mother, Sally Clarkson, and blogs about home, books, Oxford, and beauty at thoroughlyalive.com. When not chasing doctrinal mysteries down in the Bodleian, walking the meadows, or drinking another good cup of coffee, Sarah can be found at home with a good novel in the red-doored English house she shares with her husband, Thomas.