Archive: Sep 2016

If You Could Be One Character from a Book…

By The Rabbit Room

A while back on Facebook, we asked you what one character from a book you’d choose to be. The masses have spoken, and here’s what they chose. What about the rest of you? Read More ›

Struck – Coming in March 2017

By Russ Ramsey

I am pleased to officially reveal the title and cover for my forthcoming release from InterVarsity Press: Read More ›

The Renovaré Book Club Wants YOU

By Carolyn Arends

For some of us, books are as important as almost anything else on earth. What a miracle it is that out of these small, flat, rigid squares of paper unfolds world after world after world, worlds that sing to you, comfort and quiet or excite you. Read More ›

Tickets Now Available: Rabbit Room LIVE 2016

By Pete Peterson

On November 15th, we’re proud to present Rabbit Room LIVE 2016: A Fundraiser and a Celebration of Music, Story, Art, and Community. You can think of it as a one-night slice of Hutchmoot. You can think of it as the Local Show turned up to eleven. Read More ›

Wayne Brezinka and the Pipe Dreams of a Doofus

By John Barber

Six months ago, I did something insane. My wife was out of town for a writer’s conference, and I packed the kids up and drove two and a half hours to Nashville to go to a “Mixed Media Art Workshop for Beginners,” taught by Wayne Brezinka. It’s important to know that I’m not an artist. Read More ›

RR Interview: Jonny Jimison, creator of The River Fox

By Chris Yokel

Jonny Jimison is the creator of the five-volume graphic novel series The Dragon Lord Saga. I had the opportunity to talk with Jonny about his career as a visual storyteller, what inspired him to create this series, a non-definitive ranking of The Legend of Zelda games, and Read More ›

Ron Block and Jeff Taylor: Trouble Go Down

By Ron Block

Jeff Taylor and I have finished a duo record, with lyrics written by Rebecca Reynolds, called Trouble Go Down. It’s due for release on October 21st. Jeff is an amazing musician on piano, accordion, and other instruments, and Read More ›

New Innovators of Old

By David Michael Bruno

The cover article in latest issue of The Economist got me thinking. At issue are increasingly giant global firms that do not seem to be playing fair. “Paying tax seems to be unavoidable for individuals but optional for firms. Read More ›

L’Abri Lecture: Me, My Selfie, & I

By The Rabbit Room

If you’re in Nashville this week, check this event out.

In partnership with King’s Meadow Study Center and Parish Presbyterian Church, FCS will host a L’Abri Lecture by Andrew Fellows entitled “Me, My Selfie and I.”  Read More ›

Poets and Saints

By Jen Rose Yokel

Last April in Nashville, All Sons & Daughters performed some new songs at a conference I attended, and I couldn’t have been happier. Though I’ve loved their reverent, folk influenced approach to worship music for a while now, it was the story behind their newest album Poets and Saints that caught my attention. Read More ›

Let Kids Fight Evil So They Can Be Heroes: A Response

By Joe Sutphin

A year ago, I posted an article titled, “Let Kids Fight Evil So They Can Be Heroes.” It was among the simplest, shortest articles I’ve posted on the Rabbit Room. The basis of my post was the concept of allowing children to battle evil in their play time. Read More ›

Jeffrey Overstreet and an Unmarked Grave

By The Rabbit Room

No, Jeffrey Overstreet has not died (nor has he been buried), but he does feature in one of the following podcasts, both of which are well worth a listen. Read More ›

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