Can reading aloud be a form of discipling our kids? Mark Hamby, founder of Lamplighter Ministries, certainly thinks so. In this episode of the podcast, I chat with Mark about what that might look like and what stories can do to nurture virtue in our homes.
He was a child who hated reading, only to become a man who owns a publishing company. In our conversation, he told me what reading comprehension really is, what it took to take him from being a child who hated reading to a man who was transformed by books, and why he thinks real books are better than e-books any day of the week.
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Some of our favorites from Lamplighter Publishing:
Books we talked about during the show:
Other links from this episode:
- Lamplighter Publishing
- Lamplighter Theater
- Lamplighter Guild
- You Are There, Bible Audio Dramas for the whole family
- Andrew Pudewa talked about reading aloud to older children in RAR Episode #1
- Sarah Clarkson at StoryFormed.com. Also listen to Sarah’s interview on RAR Episode #17
- Clay and Sally Clarkson at WholeHeart Ministries