Archive: Dec 2013



The Old Year

By The Rabbit Room

“The Old Year”
from Birds of Relocation
by Eric Peters
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Some of My Favorite Things of 2013

By Pete Peterson

Yes, it’s time for the year-end list of favorite stuff. Off the top of my head, here’s what I most enjoyed this year. Share you own top 5 lists in the comments. Read More ›

A New Thing

By Jonathan Rogers

“I am doing a new thing,” God said. “I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.” The weak things of the world will shame the strong. The Read More ›

The Best Tale That C. S. Lewis Ever Told

By Sarah Clarkson

The wind was bright and sharp, the blue sky cold, our skin reddened with the icy air, but we didn’t mind. The day of the C. S. Lewis symposium at Westminster, we Lewis lovers got to the doors of St. Margaret’s Read More ›

The Mole

By Jonathan Rogers

When my mother-in-law was a young girl, a traveling ballet troupe came to her small town in Georgia. Sitting in the hard seats of the auditorium, she and her friends marveled at the grace and the beauty of the Read More ›

Ellis Island

By Russ Ramsey

One day I will take the boat to Ellis Island.
I will walk the pier and enter the station. Read More ›

Advent in the Twilight Zone

By Sarah Clarkson

The celebration of Advent, I have decided, is a little like living in the twilight zone.

I know this because for a few uncanny hours last week, I actually lived the twilight zone and it was a curiously spiritual experience. Read More ›

Released: Sing the Bible with Slugs and Bugs

By Randall Goodgame

I love the Rabbit Room, and today I’m so excited to celebrate the release of Sing the Bible with Slugs & Bugs with all of you. Early next year we’ll release Sing the Bible on iTunes and everywhere else, but for now, it’s available exclusively at the Rabbit Room. Read More ›

Adventus

By Matt Conner

My wife and I recently spent an evening out discussing our childhood memories of the holiday season. I didn’t have much to share. I am an only child raised by a single mother, so the discussion of Christmas tradition is a short one Read More ›

I Want to Be a Clone: How Steve Taylor Helped Me Find Myself

By John Barber

There’s no doubt that the Rabbit Room is full of my people, but I haven’t always known who my people were. Read More ›

Come, Children of this Long, Discarded Night

By Rebecca Reynolds

[Editor’s note: On Friday we released a new song by Ron Block, Jeff Taylor, and Rebecca Reynolds (also featuring Julie Lee). Rebecca, the co-writer of the song, also wrote this companion piece. It’s well worth your time.] Read More ›

Advent Calendar: Games, Apps, and Presents!

By Travis Prinzi

The Facebook app sneaks those other app recommendations in so smoothly. I went through the emotions of interest to intrigue to disgust in record time as I discovered, scrolling through Facebook, that someone Read More ›