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Chris and I spent this past weekend at Hutchmoot. If you're wondering, "What does that word mean?" we don't really know either. But at the urging of another songwriter friend, we registered for the event and drove back down to Tennessee for four days of... well, we weren't quite sure what to expect. Something about art and faith and music and writing and God. ​​Indeed, the conference wove those things and more into a beautiful experience. It was put on by The Rabbit Room, a collective of artists and musicians and authors who love God and authenticity. These are people who strive to see holiness in every facet of life, who aim to make excellent art that may or may not fit within the confines

IT'S SUPPOSED TO BE HARD

"Love what you do, and you'll never work a day in your life." Nope. I think the people who keep perpetuating this quote are a) people who don't love what they do; b) people who have wealthy patrons/parents who pay their bills, or c) work addicts who don't realize they're even working anymore. I'm in the aftermath of leaving my other job and navigating that transition. We prayed, we got remarkably clear answers, and I jumped in faith and obedience. We travelled to Nashville to work on what will become our new record. We are back home right now. The school year has started for everyone here, and I'm thinking of last year, and the eleven years before that, when I spent this month setting up my

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