Solar System: Bill Mallonee in Concert

By Eric Peters

I’d seen him despondent a few times as of late.
Sometimes the answer that loves gives is the hardest one to take.
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Take It and Run

By Evie Coates

First, let me give you just one little glimpse of why I love it here. I just walked up the stairs from my classroom and outside, around on a winding path that leads to the door to the teachers’ lounge. Read More ›

Delivering Letters

By Pete Peterson

I’m happy to announce that The Fiddler’s Gun: Letters has finally gone to print. I approved the proof on Friday and the presses are rolling. The book is a collection of sixteen letters and other Read More ›

The Pit of Despair, or, A New Lament

By Andrew Peterson

The oldest song on my new album is also the title track.

I wrote it in Pennsylvania in 2008, after spending a few days at Lancaster Bible College, a fine Read More ›

“It’s All Good” (Not Really)

By Travis Prinzi

You’ve heard the phrase before: “It’s all good.” People toss it out there all the time. I’ve caught myself saying it to try to smooth over situations where something bad has happened. Andrew and Read More ›

The Story Behind “More Like Falling In Love” (Or: What Vibrant Faith Has In Common With A Toilet Bowl)

By Jason Gray

I’ve been talking about our recent radio promotional tour in support of the new single, “More Like Falling In Love”.  I went on the road with Josh Petersen for a week to visit our friends at radio Read More ›

Up In The Air

By Elijah Davidson

Our guest contributor today is Elijah Davidson. He is a long time Rabbit Roomer and some may remember him as the winner of our Theolo-Vision (TM) contest a couple of years ago. He’s also a Read More ›

Conan’s Guitar Solo

By Andrew Osenga

Conan. Dude, I love that guy. Watching his last show was hard to do. You see somebody so good at what they do and you watch it get thrown away, it’s just sad. Like so many things in this world, you Read More ›

Making THE LAST FRONTIER, Part Seven

By Andrew Peterson

1. I have no real news.

2. Except to say that it’s so good to be home. We’re taking the next few days off, and we’ll start up Read More ›

The Chef & The Barista

By Matt Conner

Some friends just opened a coffee shop not far from my house, so I’ve been trying to support/loiter as much as possible in recent days. The place looks spectacular, the coffee tastes wonderful and I Read More ›

The Book of Sorrows

By Pete Peterson

I read The Book of the Dun Cow a couple of years ago at Andrew’s urgent recommendation and it has since become one of my very favorite books. It’s a difficult book to recommend because it’s so Read More ›


By Andrew Peterson

1. We’ve shot a lot of video that we just haven’t had time to edit into bits yet. Hopefully when we get home the pace will slow enough that we can goof around with the videos more. Read More ›


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