Archive: Jun 2022



Artists & Discovering Your Artistic Voice

By The Rabbit Room

In this episode of the Artists & Podcast, co-hosts Kyra Hinton and Jamin Still channel archeological metaphors to discuss the relationship between artistic voice and an artist’s style.

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The Habit Podcast: Allen Levi Bears Witness to a Good Life

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers talks with songwriter and author of The Last Sweet Mile, Allen Levi.

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Hutchmoot Podcast & Video: What John le Carré’s Spies Teach Us About Conspiracy Theories

By The Rabbit Room

The Hutchmoot Podcast features some of our favorite sessions recorded at our annual conference which celebrates art, music, story, and faith in all their many intersections. Today, we’re pleased to share a session led by Mark Meynell: “What John le Carré’s Spies Teach Us about Conspiracy Theories,” from 2021’s Hutchmoot: Homebound.

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Here’s to Whatever Comes Next

By Pete Peterson

Today, with a mixture of sadness and joy, we announce that Drew Miller is stepping away from his position as Content Developer for the Rabbit Room. Our sadness is the natural result of waving goodbye to a teammate, and the joy is our right and proper acknowledgement of the many ways we’ve seen him grow while he’s been with us and our hope for what the future has in store for him.

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Finding the Right Words: A Review of Little Prayers for Ordinary Days

By Carolyn Leiloglou

As a child, I was terrified of being asked to pray aloud. It always seemed like other people—usually adults—knew all the right words and how to string them together. And even if I thought my everyday words were good enough, there was the problem of focusing so hard on finding those words that I was no longer praying with my heart, only my mouth. If you assume this is something I just grew out of, you’d only be partially right.

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The Habit Podcast: Helena Sorensen has something to say to women (and those who love them)

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers talks with author (Shiloh series, The Door on Half-Bald Hill), speaker, and writing coach Helena Sorensen.

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Oh, Freedom: Words & Music for Juneteenth

By Ruth Naomi Floyd

[Editor’s note: On Juneteenth in 2020, Ruth Naomi Floyd (known by many in the Rabbit Room readership for her amazing Hutchmoot sessions) shared a lovingly curated combination of her own words, two letters from former prisoners of the American slavery system, and her performance of the song “Oh, Freedom.” This story of a freedom “prayed for, hoped for, cried for, moaned for, even fought for” carries an abiding resonance that we want to extend to our readership this year as well. We encourage you to take in these words and melodies slowly and attentively.]

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My Re-enchanted World

By Janna Barber

For the first half of my life, there was the sacred and there was the secular, and never the twain shall meet. I may not have heard this directly from the pulpit, but I definitely saw it lived out in the evangelical world of the eighties and nineties.

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The Habit Podcast: Scott Sauls Wants You To Be Beautiful

By The Rabbit Room

This week on The Habit Podcast, Jonathan Rogers talks with author and pastor Scott Sauls.

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Symbols on the Doorframe

By Shanika Churchville

[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. Today, we’re grateful to share with you an essay from the book written by Shanika Churchville, in which she discusses the ways that the book of Deuteronomy offers a guide to families on how to discuss race with children.]

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The Table is a Temple: A Review of Taste and See

By Lanier Ivester

“Why do we eat—together?” This is the central question of Andrew Brumme’s exquisite new docuseries, Taste and See, a cinematic journey into the essential sacredness of food. As the pilot so winsomely insists, there is much more to eating than meets the eye: from cultivation to preparation, to serving and sharing, food is a vehicle for holy mystery and transformative grace. If this sounds like a recipe for lofty theological discourse, it’s not.

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Call It Good: Propaganda, Carolyn Arends, Andrew Peterson, & Pete Peterson

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.

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