Archive: Oct 2014



October

By Jen Rose Yokel

The light looks different this time of year.
Shafts of gold pierce trees Read More ›

The Top Eleventy Reasons You Should Back The Green Ember

By S. D. Smith

OK, eleventy would be too many, so let me just admit up front that the headline was designed to suck you in. Welcome to Downworthy dot com. I’m going with a gimmick that involves what Math Read More ›

Slow

By David Michael Bruno

The most beautiful and lovely things always have been, and always will be, slow.

Almost anything moving fast is naturally appealing. Where I live there is a kind of zoo called the Read More ›

A Month by the Sea: Creating Silence

By Lanier Ivester

“The present state of the world, the whole of life, is diseased. If I were a doctor and were asked for my advice, I would reply, “Create silence! Bring men to silence. The Word of God cannot be heard Read More ›

Jonny Jimison Presents: Martin and Marco

By Jonny Jimison

I’ve always been a storyteller, because I’ve always needed stories.

Facts, arguments, charts, and diagrams—they’re all a bit lost on me. But wrap your discussion in a Read More ›

Rich Mullins Cover Night @ The Local Show

By The Rabbit Room

We’re super excited about tonight’s Local Show for a couple of reasons. First, it’s the first Local Show to feature a theme—something we hope to see more of as the show evolves. And second, it’s Read More ›

Listening to the Right Voices

By Heidi Johnston

Eleven years ago I knew exactly what kind of parent I was going to be. I had decided what books my daughters would read, what songs they would love to sing and how I would handle difficult Read More ›

Hutchmoot 2014: Re-entry

By Andrew Peterson

The fifth annual Hutchmoot has come to an end.

It’s hard to compare one Hutchmoot to another because each one has had Read More ›

The Christian Message of David Fincher’s Gone Girl . . . (Not Really)

By Jeffrey Overstreet

It happens all the time. I get an email from an angry reader who says, “Why are you wasting time talking about the technical aspects of a movie? What really matters is the message!” Read More ›

2014 Rabbit Room Pipes: “The Gruffman”

By The Rabbit Room

[Editor’s note: Brian Rowley handcrafted a set of Rabbit Room pipes for last year’s Hutchmoot, and we’re honored that he’s back again this year with more. What follows is a short message from Brian Read More ›