In August of 2005, Greg and Julie moved their family to Calgary, Alberta so Greg could join the staff of Engineering Ministries International Canada (EMI Canada). This blog, with its project updates, reports and links to a Photo Gallery (lots of trip photos!), is meant to take friends, family and supporters on a journey with the Youngs as Greg serves with EMI, Julie recounts her experiences on medical mission trips, and even as their kids experience mission opportunities.
Yea, me and my bro are pretty much look-alikes, eh? =p I’ve got the Jackie Chan and Jet Li comments, but I think Bruce Lee still wins the popularity contest. I’ve seen really old school Chinese movies on TV a few times so it makes sense that most people still know Bruce Lee the best. Yea, I know what you mean about not having taken Kung Fu though; people are always surprised, almost taken aback, when they ask if I know it and I answer no. I wonder if there is any sort of added security because of the fact that people associate me with famous kung fu fighters.
I’ve added the eMiC link now, when I first added the links I was in a hurry because I was running out of time at the internet café hence how I missed eMiC. And yea, totally feel free to link to my blog, though I’ll probably stop updating it when I leave Uganda. It’s alright about the Congo, I’m actually kind of glad that I didn’t have to make any tough decisions regarding the situation. Thanks for the ref anyway, didn’t know that SP went to that much trouble. Just read on your blog that you were in the Congo this summer, it’s crazy how fast things can deteriorate in this part of the world. I got excited when I read that your Feb trip was to Rwanda because I’ll still be around then, but then I realized that I was reading your 2008 Year in Review… And thanks for the continued prayers, it’s a real motivator at times to remember that this work is so much bigger than just me, and that it is being supported by so many others!
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