Mark Leong's blog
Mark Leong is the Young Workers Program Manager at City Bible Forum which is odd. For he is neither young (although he has the nickname of "babyface" from one young worker) and many of his colleagues question whether he is a worker. A mixture of East meets West, NBA and AFL, High School Musical and ... .... yeah, there is no real opposite of that... all this means is he is a bit confused. However, he does have cool friends and this is his message to a group of them!
Ben is a young worker who works in communications and marketing for a design agency. In his downtime, you’d find Ben either making the perfect shot on the bball court or capturing the perfect shot through the lens of his DSLR. Not one to rest on his laurels (he has degrees from UWS and UTS), Ben is glad that when it comes to God, he can rest and ride on the coattails of one who is perfect.
“Work, work, from morning until late at night. In fact, I have so much to do that I shall have to spend the first three hours in prayer.”
It was a weekend of celebrations! Predictions were cast, expectations heightened, FB updates flowed thick and fast, sms-es were traded like stocks as our player’s fortunes plummeted and rose (and no, in case you were wondering, I’m not talking about NSW Decides or whatever was on the ABC)… of course, I’m talking about the cricket!
What a game! What a run-out! What a ball!
Mark Leong just started working in City Bible Forum earlier in the year. Before this, he worked as a tax consultant (don't hold it against him) at Ernst & Young after which he took a career break which became a career change. Having just completed a degree in theology, he still likes to act how he looks rather than his age which worries his wife and 2 year old daughter.
Grace Leong is a Senior Manager at Ernst & Young, a proud mum of one and with another one on the way. Following on from our first blog in this series - Lindy Tan's article on expectations as a young workers - we've asked Grace to share her insights into expectations as a worker and a mum.
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Lindy Tan recently attended the Young Workers' event titled Great expectations: to meet or not to meet, that is the question. She prefers Europe over the States, loves all things Disney and we've asked her to share her insights into expectations as a young city worker.
Well, how are you going? It may be the start of another week, but it’s with a bit of sadness that we come to the end of our this series of Munches. Over the past 5 weeks, we’ve taken a tour of the Bible, pausing at each of the major landmarks, hopped off the bus and begun to explore.
Morning and welcome to another week! Howz it going? Like you perhaps, last week I had to stay back for a meeting in the office. It was Tuesday night so, like previous times, I expected it would be me and the chirping crickets on George Street. After 8pm, George street is a bit of a ghost town. To my surprise, I dodged a pram, saw a young cosy couple walking to the Quay and a fair few suits cross at the lights – where are all these people flocking to? And then it hit me, it’s Vivid!
Good morning everyone! As we start the week, have you ever experienced this: you dial a number for Bob, it’s his mobile and instead you get a girl called Angie. Fail. Wrong number. Or have you been the recipient of that call, usually at an inconvenient time: you’re in the middle of a meeting, you’re cooking or engulfed in a book and the phone rings… its an odd number, you pick it up just in case and they ask for Paulini – errr….