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Video: Sandra McCracken’s “Steadfast”

By The Rabbit Room

Sandra McCracken’s new album (and DVD), Steadfast Live, is coming out next week. The album includes live performances of past favorites and five new songs. Here’s the video for the title track. Read More ›

Getting Ethan #17

By Jonny Jimison

The world is only falling apart, so we know you need some humor in your day. Cue this week’s Getting Ethan comics. Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: Nightlights

By Jen Rose Yokel

Once a month, our resident comics expert Jonny Jimison will weigh in on a graphic novel you should add to your library! Comics are more than superheroes, explosions, and ever expanding universes. Read More ›

The Pivot: Stories of People Who Made a Change

By The Rabbit Room

Today is the official launch of Andrew Osenga’s new podcast, The Pivot: Stories of People Who Made a Change. His first three guests include Dave Barnes, Ellie Holcomb, and Bebo Norman. Read More ›

Peripheral: Painting in the Dark

By The Rabbit Room

A moving glimpse into the mind of a painter and his ever expanding vision, even in the face of going blind. Peripheral asks how the loss of vision has altered his life, work and artistic habit for the worse and the better. Read More ›

Getting Ethan #16

By The Rabbit Room

Click through for this week’s Getting Ethan comics. Read More ›

The Half-Life of Holiness, Part 1

By John Pattison

I recently had the privilege of editing a manuscript for my friend, the artist and writer Kari Gale. Kari writes a lot about pilgrimage and her forthcoming book describes the ten weeks she spent on Iona, Read More ›

I Need Color

By The Rabbit Room

And out of left field, here’s a great reflection on art from Jim Carrey. Seriously. Read More ›

Returning to the Stage: The Battle of Franklin

By Pete Peterson

Writing The Battle of Franklin and watching it come to life on stage was one of the highlights of 2016. Director Matt Logan, songwriter Patrick Thomas, and an amazing cast of Nashville’s best talent breathed life into the story in ways that took my breath away and made it even better than I imagined. Read More ›

The Failings of Eden

By Helena Sorensen

I wonder if this story is familiar to you.

Their bodies are virile and ageless, and they are glad and bold in their nakedness. They go out to meet the morning, and a cool mist rises from the fertile soil. The clear cries of birds linger over the Read More ›

Getting Ethan #15

By Jonny Jimison

Click through for this week’s Getting Ethan comics. Read More ›

Reports of the Church’s Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

By John Pattison

I spent a lot of time on the road in 2016. Too much time probably, considering that I was out there talking about the virtues of slowing down and staying put. Read More ›

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