Bridgeport Holds Special Cheongpyeong Sunday Service
On Sunday, July 8, the Connecticut Family Church featured a special service focusing on the importance of Cheongpyeong. Mrs. Betsy Orman, a long-time Unificationist, as well as an adjunct professor at the University of Bridgeport, offered a testimony about her recent experience at Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center in Korea through her message entitled, “The Healing Power of Cheongpyeong.” Mrs. Orman was in Cheongpyeong this past May to attend the Great Works and Azalea Festival and shared her discovery of how much the placed has developed since her last visit.
It had been over fifteen years since I have been to the Heaven and Earth Training Center in Cheongpyeong. After the return of cancer, I knew I had to go pray on the mountaintop…I wanted to reconnect with True Parents’ strength, vision, clarity and purpose. I also felt strongly compelled to complete the liberation of my ancestors, so they could be free to move and grow and to understand and support the work we are doing on earth.
Through her cousin’s recent ascension, Mrs. Orman felt that her parents had spiritually been working to enable her to go to Cheongpyeong to liberate her ancestors. She confessed how surprised but also grateful she was to hear that Hyo Jin Moon was overseeing the Cheongpyeong providence from the spirit world and how she personally felt his love and concern for the American providence.
Mrs. Orman emphasized the importance of investing in devotional commitments as well as financial donations in order to liberate our ancestors. President of Family Federation for a Heavenly USA Rev. Richard Buessing later reiterated this by sharing that our devotional commitments act like a special ticket for our ancestors to participate in this beautiful ceremony.
Concluding her message, Mrs. Orman encouraged everyone to attend the upcoming two-day workshop at the end of July regardless of anyone’s financial status. She asked everyone commit to being there just to experience this incredible opportunity from God and True Parents to heal ourselves and our ancestors.
Afterward, Rev. Buessing encouraged the audience to spend time at Cheongpyeong and to treat the visit like a family vacation, a spiritual pilgrimage to our holy ground, much like Mecca for Islamic culture. He emphasized how Cheongpyeong is True Parents’ original homeland and the center of the Providence, and the work being done is absolutely related to all of the recent events for the reunification of North and South Korea.