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    I often think with great admiration the founding elder members from Korea and the intense course that they so travelled so faithfully as they attended our True Parents… however, I don’t know why I haven’t given attention to our missionaries that went out to the world with the same admiration. I’m so glad that they were acknowledged and that we are able to recognize another facet of our wonderful church history. It makes me feel proud of our missionary brothers and sisters… from all over the world.


  • Betsy Orman


    Congratulations to our precious missionaries. What did the pink sashes represent?


    • editorial


      Hello Betsy,

      While the scarves themselves are ceremonial, their color is significant, as pink symbolizes heaven. Thus, in this way, we sought to honor our missionaries.


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