Cut from the footage of over 100 media activists, This is What Democracy Looks LikeÂ captures the 1999 WTO protests in Seattle.Â The film marks a turning point in collaborative filmmaking and acheives a scope and vision possible only through the lenses of over 100 cameras. See full video online.
Tonight we had our first community dinner night with Dustin and Joy, the new communitarians at Mustard Seed House. After several times together and several times of prayer and discernment, we invited Joy and Dustin to be part in this adventure of living in intentional community. Here is the Afro-Celtic prayer we prayed as way […]
The Mustard Seed House (MSH) is an intentional Christian Community in Seattle. I am very fortunate to be one of the original core families and conspirators in this liberated space in which we try to embody God’s Kingdom value as a new kind of family. Here are some photos of some of our gatherings, activities […]
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 wifeÂ Minhee, began aÂ non-profit/non-religiousÂ grassroots humanitarian organizationÂ with the vision of joining others to fight extreme global poverty.Â […]