Tagged: early members

History of the Seoul Church – 2

By Won Pil Kim We continue Rev. Won Pil Kim’s personal story and review of the earliest years of our movement. In 1953 when this story begins, Father is 33 years old and Won Pil Kim is 25. Fighting in the Korean War ended with the truce in July 1953. It was later...

History of the Seoul Church – Part 1

By Won Pil Kim We continue Rev. Won Pil Kim’s personal story and review of the earliest years of our movement. In 1953 when this story begins, Father is 33 years old and Won Pil Kim is 25. Fighting in the Korean War ended with the truce in July 1953. It was later...

Spartan Days and Miracles in Busan – Part 7

By Won Pil Kim We are presenting a series of Rev. Won Pil Kim’s testimonies about his experiences with, and observations of, the beginning of True Parents’ mission—the mission of the Messiah—and how it unfolded from the first years of Father’s public ministry. There were perhaps just six members, including Won Pi Kim,...

Spartan Days and Miracles in Busan – Part 6

By Rev. Won Pil Kim IntroductionSoon after the North Korean invasion of South Korea in late June 1950, the North Korean army occupied most of South Korea and pressed down on a small perimeter surrounding the southern cities of Daegu and Busan, which the Republic of Korea forces (and some US troops that...