Archive: Apr 2022



Call It Good: Thomas McKenzie, Helena Sorensen, Russ Ramsey, & Malcolm Guite

By The Rabbit Room

New to the Rabbit Room Podcast Network is Call It Good: Conversations on Creative Confidence. Hosted by Matt Conner (host of The Resistance), Call It Good is a limited series of conversations with authors, artists, and pastors about the invitation before us to join with the Spirit in the act of re-creating the world.

We’re excited to share with you not one or two but FOUR in-depth interviews on creativity, the Creation story, and what it means to bless the work of your hands. Read on for a word from Matt about each of these guests and what they bring to the conversation.

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The Habit Podcast: Pete Peterson & Jennifer Trafton

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers talks with the Rabbit Room’s very own Pete Peterson and Jennifer Trafton, who together edited the latest offering from Rabbit Room Press: The Lost Tales of Sir Galahad.

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Imagination Boot Camp: An Essay from Wild Things and Castles in the Sky

By Katy Bowser Hutson

[Editor’s note: Our friends at Square Halo books have a brand new collection of essays called Wild Things and Castles in the Sky. Together, these essays form one cohesive guide for choosing books for children. We’re grateful to get to share with you an essay from the book written by Katy Bowser Hutson, which explores themes of wonder, magic, courage, and how fairy tales remind us we’re part of something bigger than we could ever dream.]

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THE HIDING PLACE: Tickets On Sale

By The Rabbit Room

Tickets are now available for Rabbit Room Theatre’s production of Corrie Ten Boom’s The Hiding Place! Opening night is June 30, 2022. The show will run through July 17, 2022 at Christ Presbyterian’s new Soli Deo Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Visit RabbitRoomTheatre.com for ticketing information.

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The Habit Podcast: Leslie Bustard Loves Children’s Books

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers talks with Leslie Bustard, editor of Wild Things and Castles in the Sky: A Guide to Choosing the Best Books for your Children.

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Rabbit Room Theatre Presents: THE HIDING PLACE

By Pete Peterson

It’s been a long time coming, but today I finally get to unveil the Rabbit Room’s newest program: Rabbit Room Theatre. And on June 30th, 2022, we will launch headlong into our fresh, newly-imagined production of Corrie Ten Boom’s The Hiding Place.

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Artists & Being Known with Orion Dyson-Smith

By The Rabbit Room

Being an artist can be lonely work. Not only do we often work alone, but we frequently find ourselves in community with people who may not have as intimate a relationship with their own creativity as we do. Sometimes we don’t know how to talk about our creative work, and our loved ones don’t know how to ask about it. If our friends don’t know how to ask why we love the things we love, and we don’t know how to bridge the gap from our side, then how can we be truly known?

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Tonight: Easter Monday Livestream

By The Rabbit Room

This evening at 7:00pm CDT, Andrew Peterson’s Resurrection Letters show will be livestreamed in celebration of Easter Monday, and you’re invited to tune in! Read on for more information and to purchase tickets.

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Easter Week In Real Time

By Russ Ramsey

[Editor’s note: For this year’s Passion Week, we share an oldie and a goodie from Russ Ramsey, which originally appeared on the blog ten years ago. In this post, Russ outlines the narrative arc of Passion Week one day at a time, from Palm Sunday through Good Friday and into Resurrection Sunday. We hope Russ’s words bring you closer to the story, and we encourage you to revisit them throughout this week.]

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The Habit Podcast: Mitali Perkins Speaks for Outsiders

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan talks with children’s author Mitali Perkins.

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A Galahadic Tale of Ruin

By Micah Hawkinson

April is upon us, my rabbity friends. And boy, do poets love to start long poems by mentioning this month! In the opening of The Waste Land, T. S. Eliot writes:

April is the cruellest month, breeding
Lilacs out of the dead land, mixing
Memory and desire, stirring
Dull roots with spring rain.

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Easter Monday Livestream

By The Rabbit Room

Coming up one week from today, Andrew Peterson’s Resurrection Letters show will be livestreamed in celebration of Easter Monday, and you’re invited to tune in! Read on for more information and to purchase tickets.

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