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The Local Show Streaming Edition: Live from North Wind Manor

By The Rabbit Room

We are so pleased to get to announce a brand new season of The Local Show, livestreamed from North Wind Manor, beginning on Tuesday, February 23rd with Andrew Peterson, Buddy Greene, Jeff Taylor, Ron Block, and Scott Mulvahill!

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Ash Wednesday: An Image, A Song, A Liturgy

By The Rabbit Room

The first in a weekly, six-part Lenten series exploring themes of human frailty and suffering through music, story, and art. This week’s post features an image by Jamin Still, a song by Drew Miller, and a new liturgy by Doug McKelvey from Every Moment Holy, Vol. II.

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Trinity Forum Event: Diana Glyer

By The Rabbit Room

On this Friday, February 12th, we are once again delighted to partner with The Trinity Forum to welcome award-winning author and professor Diana Glyer to an online conversation. Glyer is intrigued by the creative process, particularly the way that creativity thrives within small groups and creative clusters. She has written extensively on the lives and work of C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and their beloved community known as The Inklings.

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Hutchmoot in the Time of COVID

By Pete Peterson

2020 is behind us and 2021 is looking up, but as we plan out the year ahead, there’s still a lot of uncertainty about travel restrictions and limits on gatherings. So rather than take a risk on a Hutchmoot that might run into problems as the year develops, we’re making the decision early on to switch gears again this year to Hutchmoot: Homebound.

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Rabbit Trails #29: Podcast Network Edition

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with a special podcast-themed edition of his beloved comic, Rabbit Trails.

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Tales of Hibaria: The Awakening by Jamin Still

By The Rabbit Room

Now available in The Rabbit Room Bookstore is Jamin Still’s latest work, a collection of deeply immersive stories and paintings called Tales of Hibaria: The Awakening. Click through to learn more about this beautiful project.

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Trinity Forum Event: Makoto Fujimura

By The Rabbit Room

On January 29th we are partnering with The Trinity Forum to host artist and author Mako Fujimura for a conversation around his brand new book, Art + Faith: A Theology of Making. Mako believes that in the act of making we are able to know and experience the depth of God’s being and grace.

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Fearfully and Wonderfully Mended

By Laura Trimble

I wasn’t planning to mend my son’s shorts. Goodness knows, the weekly battle to get him to surrender his favorite article of clothing to the laundry was bad enough. I hate to admit it, but a tiny part of me was looking forward to the day that scooting across concrete sidewalks on his bottom had its inevitable result.

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Baking Bread as an Act of Hope

By Millie Sweeny

As a young, poor newlywed, trying to make a life on love and peanut butter money, I desperately wanted to learn to bake bread. Memories of my childhood home, a tiny house we moved out of when I was in high school, are permeated with the warm, curling scent of fresh bread, unrolling fragrant steam in the house. I think that house always smelled like bread. At least, every single memory does.

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Rabbit Trails #28: Christmas Edition

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with a special Christmas edition of his beloved comic, Rabbit Trails.

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Unfulfilled Delight

By Shigé Clark

I started a most fantastic book last week, but I’ll get there in a minute.

Eight years ago, I stood over a sliver of kitchen counter in Pyeongtaek, South Korea, pale and tight-eyed with lack of sleep in the blue light of a computer screen. I was still in my uniform, feet aching in subpar combat boots because I walked everywhere and didn’t know the good brands yet. Outside it was icy and dark, and I had to be up at 0530 to ride my bike to PT in the snow, but I was making breakfast. Because it was morning in Alabama, and I was straining to maintain a connection with my younger brothers from literally half a world away.

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Rabbit Trails #27

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with artistic insight and empathy in this 27th edition of Rabbit Trails.

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