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The Molehill Podcast: Feelings Like Water (feat. Helena Sorensen & Adam Whipple)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Adam Whipple reads his poems “The Knowing is in Silence” and “Swimming at Meads,” Helena Sorensen reads her piece Feelings Like Water, and Drew Miller shares the third Word of Befuddlement: obloot.

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The Molehill Podcast: This Is For All the Lonely Writers (feat. Jennifer Trafton & Chris Yokel)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Chris Yokel reads his poems “This Haunting” and “Another World,” Jennifer Trafton reads her piece This Is For All the Lonely Writers, we receive a brief serenade from Ron Block, and Drew Miller shares the second Word of Befuddlement: toom.

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The Molehill Podcast: Welcome to the Wilderness (feat. Don Chaffer & Rebecca Reynolds)

By The Rabbit Room

Wherein Rebecca Reynolds kicks off the show with her poem “Welcome,” Don Chaffer reads The Wilderness Journal, and Drew Miller shares the first ever Word of Befuddlement: pleethe.

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Rabbit Trails #26

By Jonny Jimison

In this week’s edition of Rabbit Trails, Doug McKelvey remains singularly focused on owls.

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Rabbit Trails #25

By Jonny Jimison

In this week’s edition of Rabbit Trails, Hutchmoot: Homebound suddenly becomes fiercely competitive.

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Rabbit Trails #24

By Jonny Jimison

Jonny Jimison is back with Rabbit Trails #24, wherein Sauron himself is brought low by an unstable internet connection.

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The Unbridled Joy of Making It

By Chris Yokel

If you’re like me right about now, you’re looking for just about anything to give you a glimpse of joy and beauty in a world that feels like it’s burning to the ground. And if you’re a maker of beauty, you might also be struggling with trying to draw anything remotely creative out of yourself during this season. Despite what the productivity gurus might suggest, it’s kind of hard to get things done with the underlying anxiety and fear so many of us are dealing with (much less working and parenting from home 24/7).

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Rabbit Trails #23

By Jonny Jimison

Click through for this week’s edition of Jonny Jimison’s Rabbit Trails.

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Rabbit Trails #22

By The Rabbit Room

Jonny Jimison is back with Rabbit Trails! Click through for this week’s edition.

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Uncle Jimmy & the Sweatpants Psalms

By Adam Whipple

The world is different now. We’re hunkering down. Thus far, for us Whipples, the price of that is small. I know it’s not small for everyone. The Psalms make a lot more sense these days. Our prayer is for doctors and scientists, now more than ever. In the meantime, the Spirit has been teaching me things I had forgotten.

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Of Pangolins, Noomy-Shoomy-Oomy to Rememberoo, and the Rhetoric of Common Grace: Slugs & Bugs’ Modern Kid

By David Mitchel

“Verily I say unto you, whosoever shall not receive the kingdom of God as a little child, he shall not enter therein.”—St. Mark 10:15

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Joy Remains: An Interview with Randall Goodgame

By Drew Miller

“As long as we’re singing, we might as well be smiling, too.” As I interviewed Randall about the new Slugs & Bugs album last week, he spoke that sentence so matter-of-factly that I knew he believed it the way a person believes more with each morning that the sun will rise tomorrow, too. And I wrote it down immediately.

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