NVFC Education Team Looking for Members

NVFC Education Team Looking for Members



–      Divine Principle

–      Family Education

–      Preparation for Marriage

–      Couple Relationship Strengthening


–      Presenters

–      MC’s

–      Registration Support

–      Food Support

–      Set-up Support

Contact: Judie Lejeune for more information:parentsheart88@gmail.com  or 703-638-4098

SR2 Peace Starts With Me Rally – 40 Days of Prayer Friday, May 10 until June 18

SR2 Peace Starts With Me Rally

Now that we have a confirmed date (November 16, 2019) for our rally to welcome True Mother to our Sub-region we would like to start a 40 day prayer condition. 

The foundations for the success of our Rally and welcome will be made from now and based on prayer and unity. Please pray individually for the points if you are unable to join with us each night.

May God bless you all,

Ernest and Keiko Patton

Directors, Southeast Sub-region


40 Days of Prayer

Friday, May 10 until June 18

ZOOM Call (recurring) link below

9:45pm every night

  • 3 minute introductory prayer
  • 7 minutes unison Prayer


  • Secure the best location now for Nov.16 Rally
  • Unity of SR2 with TM, HQ & each other
  • Spirit World support all aspects of Rally (Preparation & Events)
  • Rally Success:

–      True Mother completely received

–      Program brings Holy Spirit

–      10,000 attendance

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New YAYAM SR2 Coordinator

Natascha Phillips

YAYAM – SR2 Coordinator


Ph: 571 258 8093

5456 Harpers Farm Rd, Columbia, MD

DOB 16/03/89



   Natascha Phillips (née Schellen) was born in Germany in 1989 to a German father and Austrian mother.  She was happily blessed in marriage in August 2018 to Donnelly Phillips, from the Northern Virginia community, and relocated to the United States in February 2019. She currently lives with her husband in Columbia, Maryland.

   Natascha grew up with her younger brother in the beautiful country of Lebanon. As she was raised in an isolated environment far removed from other blessed families, she grew to greatly appreciate the sense of community she discovered in Australia, where she joined and eventually led the Oceania Leadership Team, taking care of younger brothers and sisters. Upon her return to Lebanon, she helped organize the first Middle East workshop for blessed children in a long time, and subsequent workshops in the following two years. With regards to her education, she has an undergraduate degree in English literature with a teaching diploma from Lebanon, and an MBA in CSR & NGO Management from the Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences in Germany. She also taught English at a Lebanese high school for a year.

    In addition to her youth work, Natascha is passionate about empowering women leaders and has been actively involved with WFWP for more than 6 years. She is currently the editor of WFWP USA’s bi-monthly newsletter. In taking on this new role as YAYAM regional coordinator, she hopes to raise up young leaders and enable honest and clear communication between the various ministries in our region.                                                                    


Dec 18 – Present Women’s Federation for World Peace USA, newsletter editor (USA)

Nov 15 – Jun 16 Executive Magazine, assistant managing editor (Beirut, Lebanon)

  • Managed the monthly editorial process, from concept to print, coordinating between the journalists and the editor-in-chief

Aug 13 – Oct 15 Oceania Leadership Team, team leader and managing director (Sydney, Australia)

  • Led fundraising efforts for the youth program
  • Coordinated four-week service projects and educational workshops for a group of international high school graduates
  • Oversaw the budget and day-to-day accounting of the program


Sep 16 – May 18 Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences

MBA in CSR and NGO Management

  • Thesis topic: Online fundraising tools, case study of WFWP

Sep 07 – Feb 12 Haigazian University

   English Literature, BA summa cum laude

   Normal Teaching Diploma

Sep 97 – Jun 07 Greater Beirut Evangelical School

   High School Diploma, high honors


  • English, native-like proficiency
  • German, mother tongue
  • Arabic, proficient speaking level and basic writing
  • French, moderate
  • Korean, basic spoken and written
  • Japanese, basic spoken and written
  • Spanish, beginner


  • Joined WFWP Maryland team as social media representative in October 2018.
  • Elected to serve on the board of WFWP Germany as Vice President in March 2018
  • Handled social media coverage of three WFWP Europe conferences (in 2016, 2017 and 2018)
  • Joined the CIG media team for Europe after attending the inaugural workshop in Jan. 2018
  • Organized summer workshops for Middle East youth, as part of a team, and in the third year was in charge of fundraising for the workshop as well as being the main coordinator (2016, 2017, 2018)
  • Took on a variety of administrative and MC roles in UPF conferences in the Middle East since its establishment in 2005, the most recent one being the IAPP launch in Beirut, Lebanon (Dec 2017)
  • Taught Sunday School to children in Beirut, Lebanon (Nov 2015 – Jun 2016)
  • Supported a number of UPF and WFWP events in Australia and emceed the launching of the GWPN in Sydney (2014-2015)
  • Volunteered in youth outreach and planning for the Association for Volunteer Services, Lebanon (2008-2012)
  • Volunteered as general staff during the 6th Jeux de la Francophonie in 2009 (a sports event)
  • Volunteered as administrative staff for two ILC conferences in Paraguay and Kenya in 2008

2019 Hopeful March Forward Rally

LIVE BROADCAST from Korea http://www.ipeacetv.com/

Friday, May 17 at 12:00 am East coast USA (midnight – the night between Thursday and Friday)

Inheriting Heavenly Fortune and Enhancing the Country’s Prosperity by Opening the Way for the Safe Settlement of the Era of a Heavenly Unified Korea

at the 2019 Hopeful March Forward Rally

DATE AND TIME to go to http://www.ipeacetv.com/
-America on Friday, May 17 at 12:00am EST (midnight – the night between Thursday and Friday)
-Korea on Friday, May 17, at 1:00 pm (Korea Time)

VENUE: Korea International Exhibition Center in Ilsan

Broadcast live in Korean, Japanese, Spanish, French and English