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Angelika Selle, born in Pforzheim, Germany, studied at the University of Freiburg in Catholic Theology, in German and English. In the years following she travelled to Japan, Korea and America. She settled in the U.S. in 1983 with her American husband, Bob Selle. Together they are the parents of 4 wonderful children. She has worked with Government officials, held the position of the editor in chief of two magazines, “Neue Hoffnung” and “Today’s World”, and she taught at a parochial elementary school. Rev. Selle’s true passion and calling is to be a reconciler and peace-maker to promote reconciliation and healing between different races, religions, and cultures. Together with her husband and another family, they founded a reconciliation group in MD. In 2001 she founded the Prayer in Action Ministry and in 2003 the Interfaith Prayer and Fellowship Ministry in Washington DC. On April 8, 2005 she was ordained at the Lively Stone Worship Center under “God’s Vision International Ministries” by Apostle Floyd Nelson. In 2006, Rev. Selle was appointed to be the Pastor of New Hope Family Church in Landover Hills, MD. Earlier this year, on March 21, 2010, Rev. Selle was appointed by the Founder of WFWP, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon, to be the President of Women’s Federation for World Peace USA and Vice-President of WFWP International.

President's Corner

Dear Ladies, Friends, and Families,Greetings in this pre-spring time, although there is much snow on the ground in some areas of our country.We in WFWP USA feel it is spring time, as a wonderful moment is being created for this year 2017 that is filled with creative ideas and great initiatives springing up from our local level.This month's issue speaks of actions of goodness and love, expressed in various service projects, and most of all the wonderful inspiration of our Founder's example on her 74th birthday of "leadership through service". (Please read the articles pertaining to that and her letter). Solutions to many problems in our society as well as personal healing can occur when we serve another person. As Charles Dickens said: "No one is useless in this world…
Dear Ladies, Friends, and Families,Happy New Year 2017!I hope your new year's resolutions are still intact?! In case you are a bit behind, the Chinese New Year began on January 28 this year, so we have another opportunity.According to the Chinese calendar, 2017 is the year of the fire rooster! I love the four virtues that the fire rooster represents and thought to share them with you:Civil Service - "Crown" (comb) on his head;Courage - fights without retreat (for goodness);Generosity - shares food with others;Sincerity - always lets us know the right time in the morning.In WFWP USA we dedicate 2017 to be the Year of Solutions, Problem-Solving, and Actions for Goodness, infused with these virtues above.In the spirit of the fire rooster of courageously speaking out, I had a…
Dear Ladies, Friends, and Families,Are you by any chance stressed? Do you feel bogged down with health issues, feel powerless to effect change, or feel trapped physically and emotionally?In this October issue, you will find many pointers and insights about staying healthy, such as what brought a Cuban woman who lives in New Jersey to be 102 years young! You'll also discover tidbits of wisdom as to what you can do to recreate your own health and feel more empowered!And did you know that the digestive system reacts based on how you think before you eat, or how you think before you even prepare the food? So health begins in the mind and in our emotions, as Mr. Bochenikov taught in our WFWP health seminar in the Washington, DC, chapter.…
Dear ladies, friends, and families,What does the word "peace" mean to you?Each year on September 21, the UN celebrates the International Day of Peace, yet we might wonder what there is to celebrate.Even right here in the U.S., during this very month dedicated to peace, police shootings of black men continue, as in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Tulsa, Oklahoma, inflaming racial tensions regardless of whether the killings were justified or not.However, whatever things may look like, the last thing to do now would be to give up on peace!Earlier this month, I and my husband Bob attended radio talk show host Al Cole's annual "People of Distinction Humanitarian Awards" reception in the Rayburn House Office Building on Capitol Hill. He has been highlighting, uplifting, and endorsing "unsung heroes" in the…
Dear Friend,It's been a very hot summer along the East Coast, just as many "hot" issues are plaguing our nation.During one of my recent trips, where I spoke at a WFWP Bridge of Peace event in Pennsylvania, several women speakers expressed their pain and frustration over what is going on with our country today. They admitted that their emotions were riled up and in turmoil, and they were in anguish over how to deal with this and, most of all, how to find a solution to the "division, the violence, the confusion, the anger."The answer came from the very person who spoke these last words, from within her heart! She concluded: "There is still one thing I CAN do and WILL do: Love my family and love others."Surely that is…
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