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Saturday, February 27, 2010

Jesus Paid It All

David, Lewis, Steven and I played for the young people's outreach night this Saturday.

Friday, February 26, 2010

Mostly 안산 캠프



The foreigner guys getting ready to make some foreign music (that's David with his back to the camera - he's Korean but most of the time he counts as a foreigner).



Eating dinner at the camp.



STEVE!!! wearing traditional Korean 한복. Unlike the brightly colored silk stuff you usually see, this 한복 is pretty tough - kind of like Korean Dickies.



A couple foreign guys who have been in Korea for a long time... the guy with the beard is Doug, the missionary gentleman from our church. The other white guy is John, who's also been a missionary in Korea for quite some time, but he's from a different church so I don't know him as well.

Thursday, February 25, 2010

Swirling mists in the somber hue of morning...


He peered out the window at the end of the hall. Strange gray forms loomed in the distance: a chicken farm, a church, and further on nameless towers that blended into fog.


Below, a field of snow lay white and hung with dreary shadows...


The red figure of a man gleamed between bare branches, cutting the somber backdrop like 한복 on Goth night. His flashing glance was a warning... an ill omen... of something...

... But Lewis set his gaze grimly and stepped forward. His resolve, fixed as though by eternal command, would not be broken. No spell or enchantment could undo the force of his will.

Sunday, February 21, 2010

I've got nothing...

I know most of my readership is familiar with Lewis's (one 's' or two? I can never remember) blog already, but lately he's been a lot more faithful with posting so I'm just going to link his site so you can see what we've been up to lately.

http://www.lewisknundrum.com/february10blog.htm

Thursday, February 11, 2010

robots

Justifiably, Korea has an intense fascination with robots. Despite their constant struggle against domestic margianalization, Korea's robot population has already acheived remarkable successes intellectually and artistically. Robots are working to expand their dominiance in education as well.

We only ask one question, and it's one Koreans are refusing to ask for themselves: Are they giving robots too much power?