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video blog: we need heroes

It was a blessing to walk the last 10 miles with Paul Currie, the Scottish FFWPU pastor, from Ringwood to Christchurch on the South coast on the 40th day of his journey, and enter the church where he was baptised all those years ago as a baby. One of us asked him if he remembers […]

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God’s purpose 4 me in 2009

God’s purpose 4 me in 2009

Last week I gave a message at the service in the South London Peace Embassy on the the topic of ‘Discovering God’s Purpose for your life in 2009’. I made a commitment to put something on my blog by next Sunday (today) and hopefully onwards through out the rest of the year to encourage everyone […]

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experimenting on how to share our message

So…I went down to the student Divine Principle workshop in Cleeve House yesterday. I spoke to them for a bit about our FFWPU purpose statement and then gave them a task to brain storm ideas, come up with a message, turn it into a story, and then convey that through the medium of their choice. […]

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Extract from “Exposition of the DIvine Principle”

Extract from “Exposition of the DIvine Principle”

Jesus was the only begotten Son of God; he attained oneness with God through perfect give and take action. When we unite with Jesus in a perfect reciprocal relationship, we can recover our original God-given nature. We can cultivate a give and take relationship with God and become one with Him. This is how Jesus […]

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“kick the ball! not the ground”

That was the kind of profound advice we were giving each other from the side of the pitch,on Saturday. 4 teams, only one came top. It really felt like the summer had just began. A lot of Family Federation youth came together from our different communities around London, some even came from as far as […]

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community spirit: south london in Richmond Park for new chairs

You can put a price on a chair….but you cannot put a price on being part of a community: they ran, skated, cycled, walked on stilts, and raised enough money to buy chairs for the family federation peace embassy in Thornton Heath. It really works when you get a plan that is more than just […]

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message for our holy day: happy Day of All True Things

message for our holy day: happy Day of All True Things

Dear brothers and dear sisters, I want to wish you lots of blessing for our holy day tomorrow: the 47th day of all true things (24th May 2009). I hope you take the time to celebrate and reflect on the 3rd blessing that God gave when He created mankind: for us to have a dominion […]

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dweller on the threshold… darkness and light

dweller on the threshold… darkness and light

(editorial for the FFWPU Common Room) Each one of us have to constantly deal with a lot of negatives in our life. Either they come from our environment and other people, or from within. That is a reality of the world we inhabit. Personally I am trying to give my self space and time to: […]

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Hello from the FFWPU media workshop

Just a little hello to the world from our Family Federation media workshop. (see the clip below) Nice crowd of people, very knowledgeable staff, and kind hosts at our venue in Livingstone House. People learnt how to blog, how to make use of video, how to do an interview on radio and TV and a […]

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