As we become more family-centered, we will see greater ownership over our culture, more creative freedom, and more space for our collective genius to contribute to God’s providence.
“We all need to keep planting seeds,” said Elma King. “The harvest will come.”
The second of a series of Tribal Messiahship seminars, “We Can Do It” took place on January 23 and 24 in Hawaii. Demian Dunkley, the director of evangelism at FFWPU USA, facilitated the workshop …
On Saturday, November 21, 2015, Demian Dunkley, the director of evangelism at FFWPU USA, was the special guest lecturer at
Unificationists in Tampa, Florida think of Tribal Messiahship as a car with four wheels. Says Megumi Ojeda, “My focus is to keep
Landon Doroski, the Vice President of the Honors College at SUNY Old Westbury in Long Island, New York, recently put
Outreach is not an easy task. We are called to be tribal messiahs in our community and nation, but what
A tribal messiahship event was held at the Unification Theological Seminary on Sunday, December 20, 2015, for young Unificationists and
The following testimony was given by Miilhan Stephens, Vice President of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (FFWPU) USA.
Alice Boutte, a Unificationist mother from Keene Valley, New York, shares the story of how the loss of her son in 2003 has shaped her life, her Tribal Messiahship and the entire town of Keene Valley. This inspirational and heartwarming story is a testament to what we can do if our heart is set on reaching out, serving and loving others.