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FFWPU 2075 Wedding Blessing Anniversa...

Thirty-eight UK FFWPU couples that attended celebrated their 36th Blessing Anniversary at a luncheon held at Livingstone House, Chislehurst. Of those UK couples, have sprung 109 children and 6 grand-children so far. How many couples are still married? Thirty-five of those couples are still married. In an age of relatively high divorce rates it’s a […]

International Standard for a Complete...

International Headquarters of the Family Federation for World Peace and Unification have sent out this memo to UK members about the Tribal Messiahship. Have a look into the attached pdf documents. They go into detail of the following points. A. Carrying out one’s duties as a Cheon 11 Guk citizen B. Vertically blessing eight lines […]

Prayer support for Mrs Avril Masters

Mrs Avril Masters has expressed thanks for your prayers about her health condition, which had been deteriorating as a result of a faulty heart valve. She had a successful operation to remedy this on May 30th in John Hopkins University Hospital Oxford. Your prayer supported would be welcome for the following points: • For Avril and her family, […]

13 years of Watford Celebration 2018 ...

Watford Celebration 2018, a turning point. On Bank holiday Monday 7thMay, we held the 12thWatford Celebration in a period of 13 years. This Celebration coincided with a turning point for our town as Watford Celebration’s patron Baroness Dorothy Thornhill, just stood down as the Elected Mayor of Watford after 16 years in office. Dorothy, as […]

William Haines, questions how is the ...

(In the Bible) The first “Rod of Iron” is generally thought to be a Psalm composed by King David and to refer to him. He is the king of Zion (Jerusalem) and God is his Father. Later “Rod of Iron” was interpreted by Jews and Christians to refer to the messiah who would be a descendant […]

A lesson from history “Who will rid m...

by William Haines. Nearly 850 years ago King Henry II, in a fit of anger with his friend the Archbishop of Canterbury Thomas Becket, is alleged to have said, “Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?”  Whatever Henry said, it was interpreted as a royal command, and four knights, Reginald FitzUrse, Hugh de Morville, […]