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The Richmond, Virginia Chapter of WFWP joined together with International Family Center (IFC) Women United to co-sponsor a special Thanksgiving family event on November 26 to honor their commitment to elevate the critical role women play in raising the family.The program was to educate and empower those gathered by bringing awareness to what and how we eat, what and how we think, as very important tools that can lead to achieving healthy family traditions and values with the nutrients of true love.Mrs. Ayano Ishii-Adrien, Richmond WFWP Chairwoman and IFC Women United co-founder, presided over the program with welcoming remarks. Building healthy families and communities begins with the unity and partnership between men and women with a concerted focus to cherish and celebrate the role of women in the family, community,…
The Virginia Chapter of WFWP was glad to join Prince William Conservation Alliance in a Community Conservation Gardening Event on May 15, in Woodbridge, Virginia to help improve the attractiveness of our community!
"...a woman does not exist to be a man's assistant or simply an object of his protection, but rather is an independent entity who brings completion to a man by standing in a position that represents the other aspect of God. In the ideal of true love, a woman exists as a man's noble partner, as the recipient who can reciprocate his love. From the perspective of value, a man and a woman are equal." Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon As spring quietly and inevitably replaces the chill of winter, many opportunities to celebrate and empower one another through synergy arise. On the day before Easter Sunday, WFWP USA collaborated with the International Family Church in Richmond, Virginia, to host a Women's History Month event honoring women as peacemakers and…
On March 10 2012 the organizing committee for establishing a Richmond Chapter of the Women's Federation for World Peace, IFC Women United for Peace, Chaired by Missionary Ayano Ishii-Adrien, co-pastor of International Family Church Richmond, VA co-sponsored a Women' History Month program at the Westover Hills Public Library in honor of womanhood and in support of WFWP's Co-Founder Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, speaking tour in Japan. Under the theme: Feminine Energy, Compassionate Deeds and Balanced Spirituality, Missionary Ishii-Adrien introduced the mission, vision and current activities of WFWP and topic "What you eat is important and how you think is important", then Minister Linda Karim, an Ambassador for Peace, gave the keynote speech. Minister Linda shared lots of information on water as a feminine energy, that affects all aspect of…
On December 31, 2011 WFWP Virginia Chapter held a small fundraising event for the Schools of Africa along with a Holiday Party and gift exchange. Up until the gathering, money had been collected in multiple piggy banks and submitted for the Schools of Africa. The chapter decided to purchase more piggy banks to place in different locations and continuously raise money for the Schools of Africa Project. It was a lovely conclusion to 2011 with all the sisters gathered together. Since Lovin' Life Ministries in Virginia has found a building to rent, WFWP will have a room once a month for a large meeting and one evening every week there will be a room reserved for WFWP activities. They say, "If you build it, they will come." So, let's wait…
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