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The Poetry Pub Presents Our First Community Chapbook

By Jen Rose Yokel

It started with an open mic and a semicircle of chairs in a church classroom in Nashville, TN.

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The Resistance, Episode 2: Lynn Renee Maxcy

By Matt Conner

We’ll start with the bad news: there’s no “other side” when it comes to resistance.

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Being Human in a Fragmenting World: Nashville L’Abri Conference

By The Rabbit Room

What does it look like to live a fully human life in an increasingly fragmenting world? For over fifty years, the branches of L’Abri Fellowship around the world have sought answers to this question.

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The Habit Podcast, Episode 3: Jennifer Trafton

By Drew Miller

The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. Seeing as writing has everything to do with the whole of life itself, these conversations end up in all kinds of uncharted territory. Today’s episode features a conversation with Jennifer Trafton.

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The Habit Podcast, Episode 2: Pete Peterson

By Drew Miller

The Habit Podcast is a series of conversations with writers about writing, hosted by Jonathan Rogers. Seeing as writing has everything to do with the whole of life itself, these conversations end up in all kinds of uncharted territory. Guests include Doug McKelvey, Jennifer Trafton, Claire Gibson, Russ Ramsey, and a handful more—today’s episode features a conversation with Pete Peterson.

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The Resistance, Episode 1: Stephen Kellogg

By Matt Conner

Stephen Kellogg has spent the last two-plus decades trying to silence the surrounding voices.

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Introducing The Habit Podcast with Jonathan Rogers: Episode 1

By Drew Miller

It’s no secret that Jonathan Rogers is a wellspring of writerly wisdom, a masterful storyteller, and a disarming conversationalist. He has all kinds of resources available at his website—and now, he’s teaming up with the Rabbit Room Podcast Network to launch The Habit Podcast.

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Fixed in Post: Keen on Tolkien?

By The Rabbit Room

There’s been some negative press about the new Tolkien biopic starring Nicholas Hoult and Lily Collins, and a lot of folks have shied away from the film due to rumors of how it might have been mishandled. The legacy of old Tollers is something near and dear to our hearts around here, so we were anxious to see it for ourselves and make up our own minds.

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Introducing The Resistance Podcast

By Matt Conner

“Most of us have two lives: the life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance.”
—Stephen Pressfield, The War of Art

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Hutchmoot Podcast: The Importance of Being Silly

By The Rabbit Room

Even if you don’t know Phil Vischer, you almost certainly know his work, and his voice. Back in 1993 he introduced audiences to a cast of vegetables that would take the world by storm. VeggieTales was born and twenty-five year later, it’s still going strong.

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Grace: An Invitation

By Janna Barber

I finished my book on a Monday afternoon, an hour before the kids got home from school. I’ve written over fifty thousand words during the last five years, and it feels like I’ve finally told the whole story I set out to tell. There’s still a little polishing to do, and maybe even a few more paragraphs to add here and there, but I’m more certain than ever that I know what the final product is, and that’s a great feeling. Of course it terrifies me to make this public knowledge because now people might start asking to read it, and that’s just as scary as writing the darn thing.

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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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