Eugene Cho

eleven years

Minhee and I are celebrating our 11 year anniversary today.   People look at our wedding picture and ask us who the dude is…

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17 Responses

  1. Jennifer says:

    Happy Anniversary!!!

    Our 13th is next week 🙂

  2. Aaron says:

    …so who is that “dude”??

    Happy Anniversary!

  3. Jezla says:

    Congratulations Eugene! Happy anniversary!

  4. Shaun King says:

    Is this her 1st husband?

  5. regeneratex says:

    LOL @ Shaun’s question! Happy Anniversary, Eugene and Minhee!

  6. Jeff Roach says:

    Happy Anniversary…PE and Minhee

  7. Peter Choi says:

    wow.

    wow.

  8. Matt says:

    Happy anniversary! 11 years. Wow.

  9. young chang-miller says:

    Congrats on 11 years! Blessings for many more.

  10. e cho says:

    When I flew to Korea for the wedding, I had shaggy hair and some pretty nasty scruffy facial hair. My mother-in-law to be looked at me and half jokingly said, “If you want to marry my daughter, cut your hair and shave.”

  11. jpkang says:

    Congratulations… you’ve come a long way, 설렁맨!

  12. j says:

    nice picture…looks like you gotta asian afro.
    congrat!

  13. Esther says:

    I remember your wedding day as if it were yesterday…

    How wonderful that God led you together.

    God’s blessings for many years to come!

  14. Ben says:

    you are totally vain admit it! LOL congrats, you are a power couple in the Lord.

  15. e cho says:

    Ben, I guess I have to admit it. How can I deny it? I have my name for an URL and a picture of myself on the blog banner. Vanity of vanities.

    But don’t hate because I’m beautiful.

  16. Rebecca says:

    So once you got the girl, you went back to shaggy hair and scruffy beard?

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Preach the Gospel at all times and sometimes...use signs.

Really loved this sign from one of our church congregants at the women's march.

Counter cultural. Subversive.
Life giving. Good news. To support both the equality of women and the dignity of the unborn feels like a very lonely place to be but I know we're not alone. May we press on. And may we lead with hope.

I'm at the Women's March in Seattle to show my solidarity with my wife, my mothers, my daughters, and the female congregants of my church. I'm also here to model for my son what we believe in our home. Many people have already expressed their disappointment, dismay, and disgust with my decision. Such is life. We will always disappoint someone. And that's also a lot of words that begin with "d." I'm here not because I agree or disagree with every single statement or sign at this march (although I really liked this one) but because as a Christian, I believe in the fundamental truth that women are fearfully and wonderfully made in the image of God. They are to be valued, heard, and respected.

And because I believe we can't be a flourishing society without the flourishing of women. And because the Church cannot be the Church without the gifts and voices of women. All the gifts of women.

And in doing so, may we together honor the sanctity of life - from womb to tomb. Collaboration.

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Be courageous. Be brave.

Being invited by the King Family to speak at the MLK worship service at Ebenezer Baptist Church in 2016 remains one of the most unexpected honors of my life. On the right is his daughter, Dr. Bernice King and his sister, Dr. Christine King Farris. Walking throughstreet markets in different parts of the world is the best. Soaking in the culture. Listening to the local language and music. Enjoying the amazing cuisine. Meeting new friends. Praying for the Gospel to penetrate. #ChiangRai Blessed be the local, indigenous leaders for it is they who live in the very communities they seek to love. For it is they who understand their context and culture...better than a Westerner ever will. For it is they who will continue to tenaciously pursue a better world with hope, justice and love when visitors like me leave.

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