vision to fight global poverty

I met Eugene Cho about 2 years ago at lunch at the Mustard Seed House. What struck me about Eugene was his open and honest approach to ministry and how that tend to affect family life. Recently Eugene and his wife Minhee, began a non-profit/non-religious grassroots humanitarian organization with the vision of joining others to fight extreme global poverty.  […]

My proletariat heritage

I’ve always been drawn to the underdogs, the raggamuffins, the workers and the unassuming simple people. Perhaps because of my own family history. I grew up in a working barrio in Puerto Rico. My family life was simple, but not the voluntary simplicity option of the middle class, but the un-voluntary simplicity of the poor. […]

Remembering Salvador Allende

Salvador Allende, was born in June 26, 1908. He was the first Marxist leader of a nation (Chile) to gain power through democratic process. Allende was murder on September 11, 1973 by the Pinochet lead coup d’teat supported by the CIA. “¡Viva Chile! ¡Viva el pueblo! ¡Vivan los trabajadores!” (“Long live Chile! Long live the […]