Today’s edition of Four for Friday is a little gathering up of some stuff from around the intranets…
1) In about a week, I’ll be heading west with eighty friends for a little organized madness in God’s country. This video is inspiring me to keep my skis on the snow as much as possible.
2) Jonas David – Let Me Live // Time to get my mellow on.
3) As you are listening to the above song, take a moment to read some thoughts on a “sanctified imagination” by Kevin Vanhoozer.
My concern is that many Evangelicals are suffering from malnourished imaginations.
Reading is a kind of strength-training that flexes the muscles of our imagination.
I need a sanctified imagination as I seek each day to improvise my life to the glory of God.
Of course, the whole piece is worth reading.
4) You probably remember the magazine National Geographic. I used to love flipping through the pages and looking at all of the stunning photographs.
As all of life has been shifting toward digital, there is a chance that this venerable publication has become something of yesteryear. I don’t know how the magazine is fairing (I haven’t seen one in years), but they seem to have found their niche online. They are still doing what they have always done well… putting incredible photographs out there for the world. My favorite feature they have is their “Photo of the Day.”
For those of you who came looking for tunes, I feel a little bad about short-changing you. Here’s a little extra something.
Tim Fite – Joyriding
One Reply to “Four (from around the web) for Friday”
very cool songs. Glad I found them, thanks for sharing!!!