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The Rabbit Room

By Andrew Peterson

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Description

The Rabbit Room is a website where a collective of songwriters, artists, and writers who are Christians gather to discuss pretty much whatever happens to be on their minds. The podcast features music, reviews, interviews and readings of Rabbit Room articles by the writers themselves.

Customer Reviews

The voice of Jesus

These episodes are so encouraging. Not just from some trumped up falsified faith, but these are artists (in every sense of the word) who are spilling their gospel-shaped hearts out into the ears of the listeners. I have enjoyed it very much. So thankful for this podcast.

Soul-filling

I just recently discovered this podcast, but it's quickly become one of my go-to things to listen to on Sunday mornings while I get ready for church. The episodes I've listened to so far have given me a chance to pause and reflect on goodness and beauty and art, and to listen to people dialogue about those things in a way I haven't had a chance at since I was in college. I haven't listened to all the archived episodes (I'm savoring them!) but I've really enjoyed all the episodes I've listened to so far.

Highly Recommend!

I love the Rabbit Room. It's contributors, especially Andrew Peterson and Russ Ramsey have greatly inspired me in the creation of my podcast - The Great Cloud. This podcast version of the Rabbit Room is fun, unique, interesting, inspiring, and beneficial. I highly recommend it!