Archive: Sep 2012



The Truth About Hutchmoot

By Alyssa Ramsey

[Editor’s Note: Thank you for the Hutchmoot reactions you’ve all been posting. I’ve tried to read them all and I’ve enjoyed each of them. Alyssa Ramsey sent this to me last night. She’s done a good job of capturing my own thoughts, so I thought I’d post it here. Thanks, Alyssa. –Pete Peterson] Read More ›

Stories Behind The Songs Of Joseph & Mary

By Jason Gray

Here’s a look at the way we approached the stories of Joseph and Mary for my Christmas record: Read More ›

Hutchmoot 2012 Sound Off

By Pete Peterson

Whew. The floors have been swept, the trash collected, the lights dimmed, and the doors locked. The Moot has adjourned for the year. I’m finally home and sitting on my couch, and I’m more than a little Read More ›

Convene the Hutchmoot and Loose the Molehill!

By Pete Peterson

Travel safely from far and wide. Arrive in good cheer. Settle in and set your mind to good music, old stories, and lively conversation. We’ve got some surprises in store and I can’t wait for you to see what’s Read More ›

The Story Behind The Making of Christmas Stories: Repeat The Sounding Joy

By Jason Gray

Here’s a video we made about the story behind the making of Christmas Stories: Repeat The Sounding Joy.” Read More ›

Book Release (and Review): The Terrible Speed of Mercy

By Josh Shive

[Jonathan Rogers’s new biography of Flannery O’Connor, The Terrible Speed of Mercy, hits the streets today. Now available in the Rabbit Room store. Don’t miss this great podcast in which Jonathan and Andrew Osenga discuss Flannery O’Connor and her life.] Read More ›

The Story We Tell Ourselves Part 2: The Monster In The Mirror

By Jason Gray

Click here to read “The Story We Tell Ourselves Part 1.”

In a conversation with a pastor friend of mine who is also a screenwriter, we talked about human nature, Read More ›

Double Feature: Flannery O’Connor and the Astronaut

By The Rabbit Room

On September 18th Andrew Osenga releases his long-awaited concept album, Leonard the Lonely Astronaut. On the same day Jonathan Rogers will release his spiritual biography of Flannery O’Connor, Read More ›

My Skye

By Sarah Clarkson

I write this from a seat in the waiting area of Heathrow Airport. My flight is delayed. I find it best to take these things sitting down, with a cup of coffee, and some means of writing. Pret-A-Manget supplied a Read More ›

Rain for Roots

By Randall Goodgame

Children have a strong sense of humility about themselves. It enables them to believe that there is someone big out there that can help them

Gina Bria—The Art of Family

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Waking Up to My Calling

By Janna

By the time I was a freshman in college, my Dad had been dismissed from the position of Senior Pastor at four separate churches. This is a hard fact for me to admit. It was even harder living through it. But I did, Read More ›