Reviews



Book Review: Glen Keane’s Adam Raccoon

By Jonny Jimison

Glen Keane has probably touched your life, whether you recognize the name or not.

If you were a kid in the early 90s, you probably watched his animation of Ariel in The Little Mermaid, the titular Beast in Beauty and the Beast, and Aladdin himself in Aladdin. Read More ›

Review: Sprained Ankle by Julien Baker

By Janie Townsend

Heartbreak makes a certain sound. You don’t always know when you’re hearing it. After a time you realize, sometimes gently and sometimes not, that your heart has been broken. It’s a hard sound to mistake once you’ve recognized it. It’s a hard sound to forget. Read More ›

No Story Is Over: City of Man, City of God

By Jonathan Rogers

This past Sunday my pastor remarked that people who have been transformed by the gospel don’t say things like “I would never pay for somebody else’s healthcare. They don’t deserve it.” That surprised me, because Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: The Boys in the Boat

By Jen Rose Yokel

The world is full of audiobook enthusiasts, but I admit I’ve never listened to a single one. (Blame a wandering attention span that likes to reread sentences I missed?) So I can’t speak from experience about Read More ›

The Broken Seasons

By John Barber

Don’t listen to Adam Whipple’s new record if you’re going through something hard. I mean, seriously, don’t. Don’t listen unless you’re ready to work through those complex, deep-down feelings inside you. But, if you are ready, then oh, boy; The Broken Seasons will deeply reward you. Read More ›

Loving Vincent – Reflections from a Reluctant Viewer

By Russ Ramsey

I am not a van Gogh scholar in the academic sense. But following my middle school art teacher’s advice to pick an artist to study for the rest of my life, I chose Vincent van Gogh. Read More ›

New Release: Sing the Bible Family Christmas

By Pete Peterson

The first time I met Randall Goodgame we were sitting on the floor at my brother’s house (in Watertown back then) when Andrew convinced Randall to pull out his guitar and play a song. Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: Set to Sea

By Jonny Jimison

Hoist the mainsail and wave goodbye to the shore. The ocean is a wide adventure full of majesty, mystery, danger, and beauty, and it’s all captured in this week’s Rabbit Reads selection, a small but mighty nautical yarn. Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: Movies Are Prayers

By Jen Rose Yokel

If you’ve listened to the last few episodes The Rabbit Room podcast, you know how much we love watching and talking about good movies. But have you ever considered the parallels between a thought-provoking film and a heartfelt prayer? Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: The Last Unicorn

By Jen Rose Yokel

There are some stories we find when we’re kids that follow us well into adulthood. They’re comforting and familiar, but slowly reveal new beauties every time we encounter them. Read More ›

Rabbit Reads: Nightlights

By Jen Rose Yokel

Once a month, our resident comics expert Jonny Jimison will weigh in on a graphic novel you should add to your library! Comics are more than superheroes, explosions, and ever expanding universes. Read More ›

Crooked: My Hiphop Odyssey

By Pete Peterson

In the last few years I’ve had an increasing fascination with hiphop music. (Yes. You read that right.) I suppose it started when I was working with teenagers and one of them was a fan of Read More ›