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  • Lowell Mitchem


    I have found Kevin McCarthy’s DVD 15 series to be useful in witnessing to new people. It would be great to have a competent 2nd Gen produce a similar quality witnessing tool. There is also a series of 6 pamphlets from Europe which are very good for introducing our Movement to new people. They take less than 1 hour each to share and are quick to the essential points.


  • June Canak


    We need 24/7 prayer. (as mentioned in Witnessing: To the State Leaders) The breakthrough will come from seeking God’s face together. We need Prayer trinities, prayer meetings, prayer vigils. We can connect with like-minded brothers and sisters through technology (phone, internet, skype, facetime, zoom, etc.) We need the power of the Holy Spirit which I saw and felt in the center I joined. Mrs. Durst’s center had all kinds of prayer (and other conditions).


  • joe hibner


    The local community is difficult in connecting with the vision of witnessing and education. There is little support and praise and thank you. It still operates from the older idea of the Unification church which is : serve the church, not how the church can serve the community. There is little or no hope for Chicago to grow unless if there is real and sincere support to do so. But look what is Chicago known for : its crime and corruption and selfishness how to overcome?


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