Books



Rabbit Reads: The Boys in the Boat

By Jen Rose Yokel

The world is full of audiobook enthusiasts, but I admit I’ve never listened to a single one. (Blame a wandering attention span that likes to reread sentences I missed?) So I can’t speak from experience about Read More ›

Every Moment Holy: Release Event

By Pete Peterson

On Tuesday, November 14th, at 7:30pm at The Well Coffeehouse (on Granny White Pike across from Lipscomb University), we’ll be celebrating the release of Every Moment Holy with a special event. Read More ›

Bearded Gospel Men

By Aaron Alford

Sometimes God likes to use seemingly dumb ideas to give him glory, ideas which can take our lives in unexpected directions. For me, it was writing about Christian beards. Read More ›

Every Moment Holy: New Liturgies for Daily Life

By Andrew Peterson

Several years ago some good friends gave me a book. The fact that they gave me a book and not a gift card is evidence of our friendship, because my love language is books. Read More ›

Every Moment Holy: Downloads

By Pete Peterson

One of our hopes for Every Moment Holy is that it will be a book that’s not only read and enjoyed but used over and over again by individuals, families, and communities. We’re delighted to see that’s already happening and the book hasn’t even been officially released yet! Read More ›

The Renovaré Book Club

By Carolyn Arends

Do you know where to find the dream of eternity? Take a good look out of the window. Hear the gospel whisper in your ear: “the kingdom of God has come to you.” (Luke 11:20).

Let’s explore. 

– Chris Webb, God-Soaked Life: Discovering a Kingdom Spirituality

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Everlasting Is the Past: Chris Fabry interview with Walter Wangerin

By Pete Peterson

A while back, Chris Fabry at Moody Radio interviewed Walt Wangerin about a host of things, including his memoir, Everlasting Is the Past (Rabbit Room Press). It’s a great interview and it’s now available to stream. Read More ›

In Defense of Self-Loathing (Not Mine)

By Janie Townsend

Probably, it would be helpful if I explained here and now that I’m writing about a fictional character invented by Charles Dickens, and not about the self-esteem sufferings of an actual person. Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: Set to Sea

By Jonny Jimison

Hoist the mainsail and wave goodbye to the shore. The ocean is a wide adventure full of majesty, mystery, danger, and beauty, and it’s all captured in this week’s Rabbit Reads selection, a small but mighty nautical yarn. Read More ›

RR Book Group: Just Mercy Week 4

By Jen Rose Yokel

In Week 4 of The Rabbit Reads Book Group, we’re wrapping up Bryan Stevenson’s Just Mercy. We’ve been having some great discussion about race, justice, reconciliation, and hope, and if you haven’t joined in, we’d love to have your voice in the conversation! Read More ›

A Liturgy for Those Who Suffer Loss from Fire, Flood, or Storm

By The Rabbit Room

Every Moment Holy is almost finished! It’s scheduled for binding next week and we’ll have copies on hand for members to pick up at Hutchmoot. We’re happy to announce that pre-orders are now open. Click here to secure your copy of this limited edition, leather-bound, gold-gilded, hardcover book. Pre-orders will begin shipping on November 3rd!

Here’s another look at a liturgy from the book. Read More ›

RR Book Group: Just Mercy Week 3

By Jen Rose Yokel

For this week’s reading and discussion, we’re digging into Chapters 9-12. As Walter’s story progresses and we come to the conclusion of Stevenson’s efforts to free him, we’ll also take a look at justice regarding the mentally ill and women in poverty. Read More ›