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Hundred-Year Vision: An Interview with Doug McKelvey

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We recently became aware of two wonderful interviews with our friends Doug McKelvey and Ned Bustard, both conducted by Tim Madden at his blog, Maddening Theology. In the interest of sharing good things, we are reposting them on the Rabbit Room blog. Click through for an interview with Doug McKelvey about the writing of Every Moment Holy.

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The Membership Podcast: New Episodes

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Not one, or two, but three new episodes of The Membership podcast are now available! In these episodes, our hosts Jason Hardy, John Pattison, and Tim Wasem discuss the only two Port William short stories set in the 19th century as well as essays from Wendell Berry’s 1969 collection, The Long-Legged House.

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Exploring the Art in Every Moment Holy: An Interview with Ned Bustard

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We recently became aware of two wonderful interviews with our friends Doug McKelvey and Ned Bustard, both conducted by Tim Madden at his blog, Maddening Theology. In the interest of sharing good things, we are reposting them on the Rabbit Room blog. Click through for an interview with Ned Bustard about the art in Every Moment Holy.

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New Son of Laughter Video: “The Gardener”

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We’ve got a fun New Year’s Eve surprise for you: a new video of Chris Slaten performing his song “The Gardener,” live in the studio.

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The Second Muse, Episode Six: Andrew Osenga

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The sixth and final episode of The Second Muse, season one, is now available for listening. In this episode, Drew Miller interviews Andrew Osenga about his album The Painted Desert, specifically his song, “Mercy.”

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Slugs & Bugs: New Song + New Sales

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We have just the thing to pep you up this Monday morning. It’s a new music video from Slugs & Bugs telling the story of the fifth chapter of John’s gospel. It features Propaganda and a bunch of talented, energetic children from Nashville’s New Hope Academy, St. Paul Christian Academy, and Granbery Elementary. Click through to behold the goodness for yourself.

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The Second Muse, Episode Five: The Orchardist

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The fifth episode of our new podcast, The Second Muse is now available for listening. In this episode, Drew Miller is joined by his bandmate Janie Townsend and engineer Evan Redwine to discuss the making of The Orchardist’s album People, People—specifically the song “Drink It Down.”
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Introducing The Membership: A Wendell Berry Podcast

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If you’ve been hanging around the Rabbit Room blog, have heard about our new podcast network, or attended a certain Hutchmoot session this year, you may have heard rumors about a new podcast focused on the life and work of Wendell Berry. Well, we have good news—the stories are true.

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The Second Muse, Episode Four: Wild Harbors

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The fourth episode of our new podcast, The Second Muse is now available for listening. In this episode, Drew Miller is joined by Wild Harbors and Andrew Osenga to discuss the Wild Harbors song, “Tomorrow Morning.”

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A Liturgy For Feasting With Friends

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This Thanksgiving, we offer you this liturgy. Wherever you are today, and whomever you are with, we invite you to join us in praying that all our shared meals would “strike at the root of the lie that would drain life of meaning, and the world of joy, and suffering of redemption.”

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The Second Muse, Episode Three: Son of Laughter

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Today we are excited to share with you the third episode of our new podcast, The Second Muse. In this episode, Drew Miller is joined by Chris Slaten (aka Son of Laughter) and Ben Shive to discuss Slaten’s song, “The Fiddler.” If you’re familiar with this song already, you know that it is complex, yet succinct; dense, yet lightweight. It feels like a three-minute peek into a vast landscape worthy of endless exploration.

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Hutchmoot Podcast, Halloween Edition: The Delightful Shiver

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What is it that makes ghost stories so much fun? Is it just that they’re scary and suspenseful and make us jump? Or is something deeper going on? What if these eerie tales of things that go bump in the night are actually lifting the veil and shining light on something real and good and true about the world?

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