Ghana: Our Youth and Ambassadors for Peace

 

By Marthe Whyte, FFWPU Ghana

The first week of December was marked by few activities done especially in Accra.

On November 29, 2017, UPF Ghana organized a meeting with the ambassadors of Peace at Noghahill hotel, in Accra with 12 participants. They creating a committee to help looking through the constitution of the organization.

On November 30, 2017 WFWP Ghana in collaboration with the youth of our FFWPU Ghana visited a school where we have already given Character Education to the students. Through our youth; we are establishing a new club entitled, WAIT. Diana Joo Yeong Nkatia, a second generation had the opportunity to speak to many students of Faith Progressive International school located at Tantra Hill, in Accra. In all, sixty, 60, students were registered into the newly created club. The headmaster of the school   gave Fridays as the club meeting days. Other second generation will join Diana to plan activities in line with encouraging these youths to live a pure life before marriage. Women’s Federation /Ghana will work closely with the youths to further character education in schools through various activities.

On December 3, 2017, there was Sunday service at the Headquarters church at Mile 7 in Accra. Forty, 40, members attended including a guest. The sermon was delivered by the National leader, Pastor James Aiddo. He preached about the sorrow of God and the sorrow of True Parents.

Sunday school this time led by two mothers, maman Vivian Nkatia and maman Agathe Mesere Nyame . And we had 16 participants. They learned about the Cain and Abel relationship among Jacob and Esau.

After the Sunday service; We had some event which was held at the mile 7 temple.

First we had Divine Principle teaching competition for our youth. They took turn in front of a panel of judges to present the introduction of our teaching.  We had 7 participants. The competition will continue on December 24 and 31, 2017.

We also had testimony and discussion time for the youth.  Miss Elizabeth Mensah, who was one of the participants of the Top Gun Workshop spoke about her experience during the workshop. They also discussed about social issues such as the disturbing problems in our communities and the people who are affected by those issues. They talked about the possible solutions in resolving these issues as well. They were also learned about the historical places in Korea where the blessing started and how the missions spread all over the world.

1 Response

  1. Ella Izabela BYRNE says:

    Happy to see youth activities in Ghana

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