Eugene Cho

the credit crunch crisis, the economic downturn, and you?

Take a few minutes and check out this video that is, thus far, one of the better visual explanations of how we got into the credit crunch crisis that was the catalyst to the national and global financial downturn.   I’ll be writing couple posts next week on the matter but wanted to share this resource with you.  

We are in a historic time right now – more than we can imagine or possibly understand right now.  But I do want to ask you couple simple questions and I really hope that as many people will respond:

How have you or your family been affected by the economic downturn/recession? Read the rest of this entry »

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the financial crisis and crash of 2008

Who would have thunk? 

Years from now, people will refer to the financial crisis and market crash of 2008 and we can all say: “We were there.” And while it’s affecting so many people, I’m especially concerned for the poorest of the poor around the world and for those who are near retirement age that have much of their retirement funds invested in the markets. 

And while I do feel incredibly bad for those who are going to be severely impacted, I’m also aware that a correction or crash such as this can be good and almost necessary for a world and nation that is ruled by the god of mammon

Anyway, our church elders/pastors met for our regular Elder Board meeting last night and agreed Read the rest of this entry »

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Home sweet home. Well, farewell Australia. You've been swell. G'day mate. But can't wait to come back to Seattle. Miss my family and church so much. Umm, so Melbourne takes their street art/tagging/graffiti pretty seriously. Blocks after blocks. Another attempt to become the greatest amateur smartphone photographer. St. Paul's Anglican Church. #Melbourne #Australia #GalaxyNote4 Wow. St. Paul's Anglican Church in the heart of Melbourne. Was mesmerized by the juxtaposition of the church, skyline, and clouds. Also, diggin' the "Let's Fully Welcome Refugees" sign. Sydney Public Markets. Lovin' the overall vibe and the international diversity of the city. #australia

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