Archive: Sep 2008



Song of the Day: Andrew Peterson

By Andrew Peterson

AGAIN.  I know, I know.  Indulge me.  I’m just so excited about the songs on this new record. Read More ›

Theology and Pop

By Andrew Peterson

The interviewer asked Fernando Ortega, one of my favorite singers, about what he thought of the commercialization of Christian music.  Here’s what he said: Read More ›

Song of the Day: Andrew Peterson

By Andrew Peterson

In light of the upcoming release of Resurrection Letters, Vol. II, I’m going to post some of the new songs. Read More ›

Art & Accessibility

By Matt Conner

I’ve been struggling over a quote that I’ve read from Madeleine L’Engle, who I personally think is one of God’s most precious gifts to the artistically inclined. Her books like Walking on Water have inspired me toward many Read More ›

Zoom Out

By Ron Block

I’ve been reading the New Testament straight through every morning, and I’m at Revelation. Normally I do Old Testament/Psalms-Proverbs/New Testament, but for some reason awhile back I just went with the Read More ›

Let Jesus Show

By Stephen Lamb

As I write this, I’m sitting in the back of my uncle’s boat, a 43-foot Stephens Brothers wooden yacht, built in 1929, that I’ve been on for the last five days, meandering around the San Juan Islands with him. Last Read More ›

An Artist at Work

By Andrew Peterson

After watching this video three times in a row, we (at the Centricity retreat) talked for about an hour about what we learned from June Taylor about art.  If you have time, watch it twice, then post a comment Read More ›

The Yiddish Policeman’s Union

By Pete Peterson

Waffle House. There’s something suspect about a restaurant that has the exact same floor plan no matter where you go. The more I think about it the more I wonder if that shouldn’t be comforting. Maybe it’s the Read More ›

Song of the Day: Ben Shive

By Pete Peterson

In the very odd case that you have yet to be convinced that The Ill-Tempered Klavier is the best non-rap Read More ›

Are We There Yet? No! But It Won’t Be Long Now!

By Curt McLey

For years I’ve had the habit of checking the Andrew Peterson message board at least two or three times each day. Tonight was no different. I tired of channel flipping and political talk and decided to see what Read More ›

Sin-Conscious or Christ-Abiding

By Ron Block

It’s false humility – really self-righteousness – to go around sin-conscious. Not only that, it’s a slap in the face to the One who cried, “It is finished,” and to Paul, who said, “And you are complete in Him.” That Read More ›

RR Interview: Jason Gray

By Matt Conner

The latest Rabbit Room interview shines a spotlight on Centricity Records singer/songwriter Jason Gray. Some of you might know Jason’s music from the brand new album he’s supposed to have by now but doesn’t because he’s Read More ›