The final installment of The Orchardist’s new album People, People is set to release on February 23rd. Until then, you can pre-order it exclusively at The Rabbit Room Store and get an immediate download of the track “Dust To Dust.”
This has been a year of coming alive.
Until recently, we both worked jobs that left few hours in the day for creating. Those careers taught us important things over the years, and they were good, but there was a persistent whisper of “something else” that was all too easy to ignore.
Sometimes, though, God finally gives you a clear fork in the road. Do you continue in the tired but comfortable path you’ve been forging? Or do you take the path of risk, where the process is unclear, but so much of it involves what makes you truly feel alive? If you dare to take that risk, how do you keep moving forward?
Special announcement for all book-loving people.
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Back by popular demand, the Rabbit Room Christmas Gift Exchange!
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SOLD OUT—Join us tonight at Christ Community Church in Franklin, Tennessee, as we kick off Hutchmoot 2017 with our annual fundraiser. We like to describe Rabbit Room LIVE as the Local Show pumped up to 11. It’ll be a fun night of music and stories from folks like Read More ›
Beginning next Tuesday, September 5th, The Local Show returns for its fall season. We’ve got a stellar line-up for the first show with Eric Peters, Scott Mulvahill, The Arcadian Wild, and Andrew Peterson. Read More ›
A couple of days ago, we announced that we were actively seeking sponsors for Hutchmoot 2017, and while this isn’t anything new, it took some folks by surprise and sparked a few worries about Read More ›
Hutchmoot 2017 is actively seeking sponsors who share our vision for building community by drawing people together around art, music, story, and the Gospel. When you become a sponsor, you Read More ›
Who was Martin Luther? What did he do when he nailed his 95 Theses to the Castle Church door in Wittenberg on Oct 31st, 1517? What did he intend when he sought to ground the Christian life in a theology of the cross, rather than a theology of glory? Read More ›