Category Archives: Planning

Hike for Duchenne Uganda

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 »

Dr. Teina Daley, Occupational Therapist

We now have two board members for our foundation, The Everett and Austin Project! Dr. Teina Daley, Occupational Therapist, and the delightful Ms. Celia Pompey. Dr. Daley and I have been working on getting our foundation incorporated and a registered charity. So we are filling out all of the paperwork.   In one of the description fields on… Read More »

Paul Kayonga Talks Shop

This is Paul Kayong a couple of weeks ago in a remote village in Uganda telling us why setting up a shop will help him be self-sufficient to care for his 3 boys with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. We expect to be able to do this for him while we are in Uganda next month. Should only cost $500-$700… Read More »

Open Letter to Fellow Servants of Christ

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

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 »

414 Million People Living on $37.50 Per Month!

America may not be in perfect shape, but when compared to the African state of poverty, the American poverty pales considerably. There are always others in the world who have greater needs than those in countries who have been blessed with running water, reliable food sources, and functioning hospitals. – Zachary Wright, The Borgen Project According to Zachary’s blog,… Read More »

Gift for Peekskill Mayor, Andre Rainey!

Mayor of Peekskill, Andre Rainey, expressed interest in a couple of my photos. In particular, he liked the one I took looking west on Main Street that includes the new firehouse. I had an idea that I should offer one to him as a gift. He was all for it and graciously agreed to meet this past Saturday… Read More »

One Minute Clip That Says A Lot, NTV News Uganda

The once healthy, bubbly boy began to lose his strength. With that one, I have not bothered that much. I have no money and I’m also hypertensive. I resigned to my fate and told him to wait on the Lord. Then the others fell ill too. About 5 years ago Paul Kayonga’s wife, apparently tired, packed her bags… Read More »