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  • georgesong 1:13 am on November 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: a/v, , , eugene cho, gala, kings, , , sound, the courage, , , westlake   

    happy birthday one day’s wages – here’s to many more… 

    (c) photo courtesy of brighten photography

    what a great night to get together and be reminded of the great work ODW has done in such a short time and more importantly to never forget that commission that there’s much more that can AND should be done.
    venue site was killer, food/drinks were awesome, music was rockin’ and many were reminded that all of us can do our part to make a difference.

    big kudos to pastor eugene cho and his family (More …)

    • hopewanders 1:18 am on November 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      thanks for all your help with the evening, george!

      and that is a fantastic photobooth picture of your fam 😉

    • georgesong 1:34 am on November 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply

      @hopewanders: keep up the awesome work @ ODW, kate! and like yours + dale’s pic too! 🙂

    • GobertWame 5:21 pm on April 17, 2016 Permalink | Reply

      А со мной событие интересный сотворился. выбрал я проститутку на всю ночь. вдобавок выбрал одну из копеечную, хотя даже ничего такую. позанимались «гимнастическими упражнениями» вдвоем здоровски. В некоторых моментах она оказалась не особенно умелая, но зато за ночь напролет посчастливилось испробовать все предлагаемые элитные проститутки Москвы. Впечатления, в этоге, предоставила необыкновенные. Все самое увлекательное стряслось по утру. подумайте мое ошеломление, после того как проснулся впоследствии короткого сновидения, я обнаружил ее на собственной столовой во время приготовления еды. Я, действительно, понимаю, что проститутки Москвы в свою очередь хотят кушать, и она целесообразно занималась приготовлением для себя, а не для меня. и все же неправда ли, приятно. Даже поострили по данной причине, что же ежели мне интересовали транссексуалы Москвы, то в конце бы точно голодным.

  • georgesong 3:04 am on October 23, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , eugene cho, minhee,   

    one day’s wages: now officially launched! 

    one day’s wages: now officially launched…
    mad props to p.e. and his wife, minhee for giving birth to an important dream of theirs with the start of one day’s wages!
    check it out, investigate it and if you feel compelled join in…

    mad props + happy belated birthday to p.e. and his wife, minhee for giving birth to an important dream of theirs with the start of one day’s wages on october 20th!

    for more information, check it out here, investigate it and if you feel compelled, join in…

  • georgesong 7:20 am on October 7, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Colossians 3:12-17, community, eugene cho, fame, God's word, grass is greener on the side, guest, host, http://eugenecho.wordpress.com, , power, , water the grass, wealth   

    have 56 min. 58 sec. to spare? are you a guest… or a host? 

    i can’t promise you wealth nor power nor fame (at least not until you send me a money order or payment of $995)…
    but if you take some time to listen to PE’s message on colossians 3:12-17 titled “things that build community” i can promise you a great message that will challenge and speak God’s words that you just might need to hear.

    i know it was for me.

    are we getting too comfortable at church and stuck in a “gimme gimme” mentality as we sit in the pews, fancy brown cushion-y chair (or whatever you sit on) and sucking dry a church and getting what we want/need from it and then claiming it lacks this or lacks that… or pointing out this fault or that to justify the need to move on to another church in hopes of satiating an insatiable desire? and if we keep doing this, won’t we eventually end up in a loop and back at the starting church? because what church will ever meet all of our lofty ideals?

    don’t get me wrong there will be some drop-dead theological issues that might be a deal-breaker… and if so, fine. then move on to a place where you can embrace the teaching and find connection to the church body.

    but if we would simply roll up our sleeves, take more ownership and actually care for the church/community we call “home/family” and are willing to acknowledge its flaws (that all churches have) and commit to being a host church would be the coolest place to be.

    can you spare a brutha 56 min. 58 sec… ?

    click here for the audio: things that build community or see below for the video (thanks randall!)

    The 10 contextual points PE shared: (More …)

  • georgesong 5:44 am on August 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: achilles, ankles, basketball, eugene cho, front tooth, injuries, matt law, mike park, softball   

    injuries galore… 

    this has been an interesting summer of injuries so far.
    i have always prided myself on being physically fit, but if i were to be honest, the last several years i have turned more and more into a ‘weekend warrior’.
    i never stretch before (or after) doing any activity and up until now i have been very blessed not to suffer any major injuries… but i am beginning to feel more and more aches and pain from day to day activities. i fear i might be due up for a major mishap!  😦
    for instance, both of my achilles tendon feel sore after doing some light jogging and my ankles get sore during certain climates.
    anyway… this summer alone, three close friends of mine have been the victims of some heinous injuries. please keep them and their road to recovery in prayer:

    1. matt “lawdawg” law.

    • injured playing softball: was rounding 3rd base on his way to score and collided w/ the catcher.
    • result(s): lost a front tooth, had his upper lip stitched up and incurred misc. cuts and deep abrasions on arms and face.

    2. pastor eugene cho.

    • injured playing basketball: in the last ten minutes of the open gym, was going to the hoop and made a sharp cut and then “snap, crackle, POP”.
    • result(s): ruptured his OTHER achilles’ tendon! (More …)
    • Daniel Azuma 8:11 am on August 26, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      …and be very wary of extreme sports like…backpacking.

    • georgesong 10:26 pm on August 28, 2009 Permalink | Reply

      @ dazuma: i LOVE backpacking! 😉

  • georgesong 11:17 pm on May 7, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , devastation, eugene cho, help, , , , , , tsunami   

    myanmar: devastation. are we numb to the number…? 

    [UPDATE: 05.13.2008 @ 03.30pm (PST)]: we will be hosting a benefit fundraiser/concert at q cafe this coming saturday, 05.17.2008 @ 7pm.
    if you’re available, please come, pray, donate, help…

    * great post from pastor leah, click here. our world truly doesn’t seem as big as it once was… what a reminder that we are called to reach out and help/heal one another.


    (c) photo courtesty of Khin Maung Win/Agence France-Presse — Getty Images

    when reports first broke about a cyclone hitting myanmar, i remember thinking to myself… ‘oh no, not another disaster in that region of the world!‘. then i remember thinking, ‘wait a sec… what is a cyclone‘? (though, wikipedia has an entry on cyclone, i’m not sure i completely understand what it really is. if you’re a good teacher and have loads of patience, hit me up and explain this to me. coffee on me!)
    all i do know for sure? the devastation the cyclone has done to region of myanmar.
    reports early on gave the death toll and it continued and continues to grow and i fear it will never be accurately tallied… (i was honestly thinking it was going to be like part 2 of the terrible 2004 tsunami, where a quarter of a million people lost their lives.)

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    • Chris 3:28 pm on May 8, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I’d be happy to discuss hurricanes and cyclones, and what it means to me to help others in a time of need over coffee.

      As one who is moving to Florida in the near future, I am taking this type of news seriously. I am also looking forward to preparing my house to be a place of refuge in times of trouble, just as Christ is my refuge.

      Sometimes Wikipedia lumps too much information together. I can understand how it left you confused.

      The simplest definition of a Cyclone is a storm that is over a specific wind speed. On the Tropical Cyclone Scale section of the Wikipedia, a Cyclone definition is different depending on what area of the world you are in. For example, in the North Indian Ocean, a Severe Tropical Cyclone contains all wind speeds from 64 to 119 knots (73 to 137 miles per hour).

      120mph = 104knots = “Very Severe Tropical Cyclone” = “Category 4 Hurricaine”

      On the Chart above, when the storm reached Yangon, it was 81mph, which is a “Category 1 Hurricaine”


    • georgesong 5:21 pm on May 9, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      koop: thanks for the breakdown! you should start http://koopipedia.org. 😉
      hope you and your wife’s move/transition to florida will be a smooth one and that you continue to do what you can to be an extension of His grace and love!

    • jane lee 8:33 am on May 10, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      I just spoke with a friend who returned from Thailand not too long ago. She said that although there are opportunities for relief support and help, no one is being let into the country for fear of the “white man’s” efforts to religiously/culturally convert the people. I don’t know exactly how accurate that info is, but something to pray about.

  • georgesong 11:10 pm on April 15, 2008 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: black day, blog, eugene cho, jajangmyeon, korea, love, , valentine's day, white day   

    happy white day? happy black day?… 

    photo from reuters news:
    Participants eat Jajangmyeon, Chinese-style noodles topped with a thick sauce of black bean paste to celebrate “Black Day” for love in South Korea. Lonely hearts try to ease their pain by diving head first into bowls of noodles. Black Day is marked by people who have not found love. They dress in dark colours and commiserating over meals of black food, with the dish of choice being Jajangmyeon.

    p.e. recently wrote about Q.S.M. and Q.S.W. (Quest Single Men & Quest Single Women) recently on his blog. and the comments it generated was quite amazing, humorous and insightful. perhaps we’ll one day create http://www.Qharmony.com ;). 

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    • Daniel Azuma 12:48 am on April 16, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Good grief. I didn’t realize this was real. The singles from my church up in Vancouver all got together to do the jajangmyeong thing on Valentine’s Day, but I thought it was all just a big joke.

      What be up with them Koreans anyway, GEORGE? Singleness ain’t bad at all. (Neither is jajangmyeong, on the other hand…)

    • georgesong 8:31 am on April 16, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      DA: yeah, didn’t realize “Black Day” was real either… the things you learn on the inthermet.
      viv and I will go eat jajangmyeon and watch a movie with you, daniel… 😉
      and everything will be fine as long as “Green Day” doesn’t achieve worldwide fame.

    • Su 7:58 pm on April 16, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Those koreans are so melodramatic. I guess that explains their love for melodramas…. Funny thing is, I’m dressed in mostly black today and have an incredible craving for jajangmyeon…. I’m also feeling very melodramatic….Coincidence? I think not! Dinner on you…pick me up….

    • georgesong 9:21 pm on April 16, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      haha! 🙂
      will pick you up @ 7pm…

    • Daniel Azuma 2:41 am on April 17, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      Oh, I wouldn’t mind “Green Day” as long as it has to do more with environmental/ecological awareness as opposed to what the, umm, Koreans do with it…

    • LK 9:06 pm on April 21, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      oh geez, those sappy melodramatic koreans.
      i guess as long as it’s not taken to the extreme, validating the vast emotional depth/experiences of ppl makes life somewhat more interesting.

    • georgesong 12:41 am on April 22, 2008 Permalink | Reply

      k-power! 😉

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