At this stage in our exploration of Genesis 1 in our Call It Good series, it felt important to sit down with Pete Peterson, someone who sits at an important nexus in relation to calling it good. As the Creative Director of The Rabbit Room, Pete is tasked with shaping a creative community whose mission is to "cultivate and curate stories, music, and art to nourish Christ-centered communities for the life of the world." As an author and playwright, Pete knows and feels firsthand the tension that comes with serving the work and seeing it all the way through to its release.
Are we allowed to reflect on what we've made and call it good, too? If so, then why does the sharing of what we've created feel so awkward? And how can community play a role in making all of this a healthier process? We spoke to Pete about his own creative pursuits, as well as the mission of The Rabbit Room, to gain a better foothold on this part of serving the work and what it means to see it through to its end.