It’s that special time of the week where I condense the very best of my world wide web wanderings into a single post. As always, you can follow me on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest for all my wonderful web wanderings as they occur throughout the week.
Onward to the WWW!
In honor of the upcoming iteration of the Jurassic Park franchise, check out this woodsy instrumental of the original theme song. It’s kinda mesmerizing. Between this and “Oceans,” I think I’ve grown determined to learn the cello someday. Favorite instrument.
Yes, LOST has been over for five years now. Yes, that finale is still mildly disappointing. But yes, we’re still getting some revelations all these years later. I particularly enjoyed the news that broke this week about what inspired that INSANE season 3 finale. It was my favorite episode of the entire series, and now it makes total sense.
“Confessions of a Reluctant Christian” by Micah J. Murray. He’s a Christian with a complicated history in the Church, and it gives his journey a lot of perspective. A few days later he published “Divorce,” and it’s probably the strongest 1-2 punch from any blogger I’ve ever seen. If you’re not following Micah’s still unfolding journey, you need to be.
This is my relationship with faith, with church, with Jesus. Every time I am swept overboard, every time I leave the church, every time I lose my faith, God grabs me and puts me back in the boat. All my fear and flailing and honest searching and hopeless swearing ultimately have very little to do with my staying. Jesus can’t seem to lose me.
Brandon Heath’s “Behold Our God.” His newest album doesn’t grab me like his folksy story-driven Blue Mountain, but it’s got some punch. This particular lyric video is pretty sweet, too. I kinda just wanna fly around in that drone for a while.
Now I go to take a pee, my laptop’s out for all to see, for I’m working at a coffee place so God please keep all my stuff safe.
— Tyler Huckafleek (@TylerHuckabee) June 5, 2015
Are you excited for Jurassic World? How do you feel about LOST five years later?