Category Archives: Blog

Yankee Stadium

I’m ready to do my next Hike for Duchenne. We raised just over $3100 from our last hike. That brought us to 79% of what we need to go to Uganda. Can we top that this time? I sure hope so. Because I want to go to Uganda and spread love and hope to those suffering from Duchenne… Read More »

Neyanziza Nyo – “Thank you”

We visited The Kayongas again on Monday Sept 2, 2019, bringing much needed food. We also interviewed Paul about setting up a shop to help him have a sustainable source of income, and so that he can be with the boys more. Paul Kayonga has had 5 boys who were born with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. 2 of his… Read More »

Don’t Waste Pain

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 »

Hike for Duchenne

The local event in Peekskill NY will meet in Depew Park at 8:00 am on July 27, 2019. Multiple courses will be mapped out through Blue Mountain Reservation. There will be a 2 mile course, 5 mile course, 10 mile course and a 15 mile course. For those who cannot attend in Peekskill, you can participate in whatever… Read More »

Disparity of Wealth

Disparity of Wealth between the USA and Sub-Saharan Africa1 The disparity of wealth in the world seems incorrigible. Incorrigible means not able to be corrected or improved. What do you think? Is there nothing that we can do? Are we just stuck in drastic and dire wealth polarity? I know that when I was a child, my mother… Read More »

Tim Gillen: A Father’s Perspective

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 »