Tim Gillen: A Father’s Perspective

By | November 15, 2018

I want to share my heart with you. I’ve been meaning to do so since I started this project a few weeks ago. My emotions are heavy though and I’m afraid I won’t be able to convey the truth and depth of them very well. Well in my weakness He is strong, right? (2 Cor 12:7-9) So I’ll… Read More »

Paul Kayonga: Father of 5 boys in Uganda with Duchenne

By | October 27, 2018

Josephine Karungi Josephine Karungi , of NTV News Uganda, did a story on Paul Kayonga of Uganda in 2017. The YouTube video and transcript follows. It is quite compelling. Mr. Kayonga has had 5 (FIVE!) boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. It is people like Mr. Kayonga that I want The Everett and Austin Project to help. “…48-year old… Read More »

Big Day for Mission Uganda

By | February 12, 2020

Kayongas Update Paul Kayonga’s back and 3 severe ulcers are killing him. 😭😭 The biggest need of The Everett and Austin Project continues to be the ongoing needs of the Kayongas. Paul Kayonga is the father of the 3 Kayonga boys struggling with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. His boys are Julius (17), Herbert (14) & Emma (10). As you may… Read More »

School Fees for the Kayonga Kids

By | January 28, 2020

Paul Kayonga (PK) has been so sick and has not been able to work in peoples’ gardens to earn very much money at all. He has severe ulcers and high blood pressure.  His 3 children suffer from Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and so far have been able to attend Ssegganga Primary School in Gobero Town, Wakiso District in Uganda.… Read More »

Letter to USAID

By | November 13, 2019

Here is what we wrote to USAID this week. Most of the letter was written by Dr. Teina Daley. Tim put in some edits, formatting, pictures and such. Hi Matt,   The overarching goal of the Everett and Austin Project is to provide sustainable means to fight poverty, and support children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and other rare… Read More »

Hike for Duchenne Uganda

By | October 16, 2019

We are doing our third Hike for Duchenne on October 30th at 8:00 AM, Uganda time. That is 1:00 AM, New York time. So far we have 3 committed participants: Paul Collins, Josh Kasaija and myself. We will be hiking Mount Karangura Trail in Western Uganda. The screenshot of the description from the All Trails app is below. This… Read More »

Open Letter to Fellow Servants of Christ

By | September 10, 2019

Dear Fellow Servant of Christ, I’m a born-again believer in the Lord Jesus Christ. I got a BA in Bible in 1988 and have served as a missionary for about 10 years now all together. I’m currently living in Peekskill NY and attending Hillsong NYC in Manhattan. I did a write-up of my personal testimony a few years… Read More »

Don’t Waste Pain

By | August 29, 2019

My good friend in Uganda, Paul Collins, has written a really nice story about me and The Everett and Austin Project. You can read his story at: http:bit.ly/dontwastepain Paul is an accomplished journalist in Uganda, and I feel very grateful to Paul for his efforts and kind words. I have been so thankful for him to have joined… Read More »

TV Interview with Toni Quest

By | May 19, 2019

This TV interview is between the affable Toni Quest and Tim Gillen. Tim is Everett and Austin’s father. Tim explains motivations for The Everett and Austin Project and who we aim to serve and help. We seek to be the visible expression of the love of God to people going through Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy in developing countries.

Progress Update 3: A Partner to Go with Me

By | November 10, 2018

Last night my friend Sam Paul from India messaged me about the time I was forming a spiritual warfare group to help me pray for this project. Boom! A total message from God. A “God-incidence” if you will. Sam and I have been working together on some business projects for about a year now. Pretty soon after we… Read More »