About Us

The Family Federation for World Peace and Unification (Family Fed, or FFWPU) is an international religious organization started by Rev. Sun Myung Moon. Originally called the Holy Spirit Association for the Unification of World Christianity (HSA-UWC), the name was changed in 1994 to reflect the changing nature of our activities.

Commonly known as the Unification Church, FFWPU is committed to creating God-centered families based on our central teachings, summed up in the Exposition of the Divine Principle and the various speeches and talks given by Rev. Sun Myung Moon and his wife, Rev. Hak Ja Han. Our focus is on strengthening families and resolving conflict, from the individual to the international level.

Short Introduction to the Divine Principle

Is religion necessary? Yes.

Do the established religions need to make necessary adjustments according to human development? Yes.

It is simple.

Science itself deals with the tangible, measurable, physical reality. It deals with the limited world of matter in a testable, logical manner. The how questions. Studying science leads to enlightenment about, and mastery of, the material world.

Religion deals with the intangible elements of life such as purpose, meaning, and value. It deals with the world of the ultimate. The why questions. Pursuit of religion leads to enlightenment about, and mastery of, the world of the mind and spirit.

The human being has to cope with both realities, the tangible and the intangible. The limited and the ultimate. The body and the mind. The how and the why.

Here is where a combination of the two, a logical yet ultimate system or Truth needs to be presented.

For this, check out the Divine Principle, the teachings of Rev. Sun Myung Moon.

The Principle of Creation – Here is its presentation on the being of God, the process of creation and the purpose of life.

The Human Fall – Here is its presentation of the human condition, a contradictory state that desires both good and evil.

For the full DP online, visit Exposition of the Divine Principle

Given, this presentation is bible based and primarily geared toward a Christian audience. But the underlying truth it suggests, beyond the biblical references, is solid and deserves to be considered.

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