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This is an album review from my good friend Ben Shive, whose musical opinion holds a lot of water in my book (a mixed metaphor that is so strange a picture I decided to leave it). I have The Innocence Mission’s hymns record, and it’s in regular rotation on Sunday mornings [...]
I’m sitting behind the merchandise table backdrop in a gigantic church building, nursing a cold.
We just finished soundcheck a few minutes ago, and I have a little pocket of time before I have to go shower and eat dinner before tonight’s concert, so I thought I’d fill you in on what the Christmas tour has [...]
Walt Wangerin is a name I’ve seen in print many times. My dad had Ragman and Other Cries of Faith lying about at home for years and I remember thumbing through it at Christmas or Thanksgiving, reading bits here and there, and being intrigued by the style of writing; the words on the page [...]
The Rabbit Room has been online for several weeks now, and the readership is growing everyday. Thanks so much to all of you who have linked to the RR from your blogs and websites. Be sure and mention us and link us to anyone who you think might benefit from reading the reviews, discussions, opinions, [...]
This discussion is continued from yesterday’s post by Russ, “Creative Intent: What Are You Thinking?”
…your thoughts about the questions Russ raises are fascinating. I’d love to add something equally fascinating to the discussion but I don’t think I can. I don’t think. Here’s what I do think.
Art, like the artist, and like the [...]
Here’s another clip from the Behold the Lamb of God DVD. Bebo Norman will be singing Derek’s parts this time around, since the Webbs are on a sort of maternity leave this December. We’ll sure miss ‘em.
Listening to: Phil Keaggy – In the Light of the Common Day
Boy, that title sounds dramatic, doesn’t it? Like the title to a P.D. James murder mystery or something. It’s easy to imagine that title being about Satan, or about Terrorism, or about Greed, or any number of shadowy, forked-tongue devils that creep in the corners of our lives.
Today, I had an encounter with a [...]
A what? A fork. OH, a fork.
Do you guys remember this game from our camp/youth group days? Randall and I included a reference to it in our new silly song pitch to the VeggieTales folks, and not one of the four guys in the room had ever heard of it. The [...]