Eugene Cho

steve jobs: reflections about birth, death, and the life in between

By now, you’ve heard the shocking news of Steve Jobs’ passing at the age of 56. Like many, I extend grace and prayers to the entire Jobs family.

Like some of my friends and readers, I do not personally have an “emotional” connection with Steve Jobs because I am not a Mac user for these reasons (although I occasionally use an iPad that was given to me as a gift). I’m sure many of you could write and write about your appreciation and admiration for Steve Jobs. And perhaps, how he changed the way you live your life.

But like others, I have much respect for him.

Needless to say, Steve Jobs was a brilliant man. For reasons that many of us already know, Steve Job rightfully deserves much praise for his legacy and oh, what a legacy! President Barack Obama conveyed it well in his recent statement: Read the rest of this entry »

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Wow. Good morning from Seattle. The view of Mt Rainier from our home. Prayer matters. It's a reminder of God's presence. Prayer sustained Kenneth Bae in a labor camp in North Korea for 765 days. After he came home, we prayed. (photo  credit: @no1camerauser) I love family reunions. Mother and son. Welcome home,  Kenneth Bae. It's all grace. Grateful for the opportunity to share at  #TEDxHanriver in Seoul, Korea and talk about our family, faith, and @OneDaysWages. Praying that many were fascinated by my Master. The epic view from up high at Nakuru National Park,  Kenya. #latergram Attempting to be the world's greatest smartphone photographer. #kenya #africa #impala #nakuru

my tweets

  • This is convicting - then and now. “I can’t stand your religious meetings...your pretentious slogans and goals." - goo.gl/Sc1T4S || 14 hours ago
  • Everyone has a voice but not everyone is heard or seen. This, in itself, is unjust. So, give platform and empower the unheard and invisible. || 1 day ago
  • "If you're pharisaical towards Pharisees, you're still a Pharisee." ~ Tim Keller || 2 days ago
  • Don't fabricate or exploit the poor. Be wise not to do the work of justice...unjustly. My interview with @Sojourners: sojo.net/blogs/2014/11/… || 3 days ago
  • "Don't mistake God's patience for His absence. His timing is perfect, and His presence is constant. He's always with you." - Deut. 31:6 || 3 days ago
  • Wow. Good morning from Seattle. The view of Mt Rainiefrom our home. instagram.com/p/vi6pexSWdv/ || 3 days ago
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