Archive: Nov 2014



Sacred Groves: An Autumn Reflection

By Chris Yokel

I arrive
just in time to see
one yellow leaf
at last let go, slowly
spinning
through morning sunshine
to quietly ripple the stillness
of the pond Read More ›

Release Day Interview: Jill Phillips on Mortar & Stone

By Jonathan Rogers

It’s release day for Jill Phillips’s new record, Mortar & Stone (available here in the Rabbit Room store). Last week I chatted with Jill via Facebook about her record and other things. Mostly other Read More ›

Album Release: Jill Phillips’ Mortar & Stone

By The Rabbit Room

Jill Phillips’ brand-spanking new full-length album, Mortar & Stone, is now available. If you were at Hutchmoot 2014, you were there for the release concert (and maybe even picked up an advanced Read More ›

George MacDonald’s Unspoken Sermons

By Ron Block

I’ve started reading through George MacDonald’s Unspoken Sermons. It’s a book I’ve read piecemeal for years, skipping around here and there, but for the first time I am reading it straight Read More ›

I, The Book Mole

By Eric Peters

When it comes to books there are all kinds of people. To identify a few:
—Those who have no interest in reading (no one at the RR). Read More ›

The Madman and the Believer

By Jonathan Rogers

One night a few months ago, Stephen Trafton performed his one-man show, Encountering Colossians, in Nashville. As a bonus, he sang “The Impossible Dream” from the musical The Man Read More ›

Release Day: After All These Years

By The Rabbit Room

Andrew Peterson’s newest album is now available! If you pre-ordered, your CDs are in the mail and should arrive soon. If you pre-ordered a download, you can access your files by logging into your Read More ›

Colony House Live

By Joe Sutphin

In Nashville, on July 22nd, Andrew and I celebrated the conclusion of our journey creating The Warden and the Wolf King. That same night, another group of young men celebrated the launch of Read More ›

A Mother’s Repentance

By Rebecca Reynolds

Before my oldest son was born, I had a miscarriage at twelve weeks gestation. It was a messy, terrifying experience; and for years after it was over, I struggled with fear that the loss had been my Read More ›