Drew Miller



Local Show Playlist: April 30th, 2019

By Drew Miller

Songs from April 30th’s Local Show are now available for streaming on Spotify and Apple Music! Click through for our sixth playlist of the season along with a recap of the night written by Jared Malament, the Local Show’s Beloved Servant.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 6: “The Resurrection and the Life of the World to Come”

By Drew Miller

Today we share the final episode of The Artist’s Creed, Season One. This discussion circles around the phrase “The Resurrection and the Life of the World to Come” and features singer/songwriter and worship leader Sandra McCracken.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 5: “Holy Spirit”

By Drew Miller

We’re excited to share with you Episode 5 of The Artist’s Creed with Steve Guthrie—the second to last episode in the series, featuring Dr. David Dark. In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

In this episode, Steve Guthrie and David Dark discuss the generative, boundary-confounding work of the Spirit in wider culture, using the career of U2 as a jumping off point.

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Our Easter Playlist: “The Great Day of the Lord”

By Drew Miller

Welcome to “The Great Day of the Lord”—a fifty day-long season called Easter in which we find ourselves sent into the world, confident that the One who sent us will finish what he’s started. Resurrection is real, our hope is not in vain, and our eyes and ears are newly open to the great gladness of a world being remade. We offer you this batch of songs to accompany you through Eastertide.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 4: “Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord”

By Drew Miller

Episode 4 of The Artist’s Creed with Steve Guthrie is now available! In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

In this new episode, Steve Guthrie interviews Pete Peterson about the unique gift of theater as an incarnational, embodied art form—what can this physical enactment of story teach us about the way God has chosen to tell his story?

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 3: “Creator of Heaven and Earth”

By Drew Miller

Welcome to the third episode our new podcast led by Dr. Steve Guthrie: The Artist’s Creed. In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

Episode 3 features a conversation with fantasy author Helena Sorensen about what it means to escape into literary worlds and the importance of the unseen.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 2: “I Believe in God”

By Drew Miller

Welcome to the second episode our new podcast led by Dr. Steve Guthrie: The Artist’s Creed. In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

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The Artist’s Creed, Episode 1: “I Believe”

By Drew Miller

Welcome to our new podcast led by Dr. Steve Guthrie: The Artist’s Creed. In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

This first episode features a conversation with leading George MacDonald scholar Dr. Kirstin Jeffrey Johnson about the first phrase found in the creed: “I believe.”

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Introducing The Artist’s Creed

By Drew Miller

We are so pleased to share with you a brand new podcast series led by Dr. Steve Guthrie, board member at the Rabbit Room and professor of Religion & the Arts at Belmont University. In a series of interviews with various artists in our community, Steve draws on the tenets of the Nicene Creed to develop a rich vision of the relationship between the voice of God and the voice of the artist—constructing an “artist’s creed” of sorts.

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New Release: Monument by Wild Harbors

By Drew Miller

Great news! Today is Release Day for husband and wife duo Wild Harbors. Their debut record Monument, produced by Andrew Osenga, is now available everywhere, including the Rabbit Room Store. Click through to stream a song from their record and purchase your copy.

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The Voice of Community: Christopher Williams on We Will Remember

By Drew Miller

Shortly after having completed his newest record Gather, at a time when his creative energy was depleted, Christopher Williams was asked by his friend Jaco Hamman to make another album to accompany his latest book. Jaco’s book, The Millennial Narrative, enters into a conversation about the distinct experience of the millennial generation by way of the commonly overlooked book of Joel—he wanted a corporate worship album to bring it to life.

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Our Lent Playlist on Spotify

By Drew Miller

The season of Lent is a forty-day period mirroring Jesus’ forty days of temptation in the wilderness. During this time, participants devote special attention to the ache of incompletion, suffering, and trial in their lives, both collectively and individually. Hemmed in by Ash Wednesday and Maundy Thursday, Lent begins with the dust of mortality and ends with the broken bread of the Last Supper.

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