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first_imgAfter splitting into teams and visiting the 12different churches that CARP LA has been investing in for the past year, theytraveled to Big Bear Lake, beginning the educational portion of the experience.Content for leadership development skills was introduced based on The 7 Habitsof Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey and The 5 Levels of Leadershipby John C. Maxwell, two books that have been studied previously to equip CARPleaders with the practical tools they need in developing themselves and theirchapters. The Collegiate Association for the Research ofPrinciples (CARP) Los Angeles chapter organized an American Hyojeong Trip forCARP USA and Youth and Young Adult Ministry (YAYAM) members from July 6 to 18.A total of 57 participants registered and will travel to Chicago andWashington, D.C. from July 11 to 16, where they will connect with localcommunities and engage in activities. Through this trip, CARP aspires to welcomeyouth from different churches through activities, receive guidance from localleaders, assist in preparing for upcoming rallies throughout America, invest inthe development of leaders and members of CARP USA and YAYAM through educationand application of the Divine Principle, support national restoration throughthe revival of Christianity, and inherit from and build unity with the nationalChristian foundation through fellowship. After returning to the LA Family Church, Elder Edwin Perry from the City of Refuge Church spoke to the participants about the pride they should feel as they share their faith and the profound significance of their mission. The ceremony closed with a call from Bishop Jones who prayed for the blessings and success of the Hyojeong Trip participants. Kick-Off Workshop: July 6-10 Focusing on connecting with Christianity,three students introduced the Mission of Messiah and Jesus’ Course. This wasessential for participants to dig deeper into their understanding of Jesus’situation as well as their present relationship with the Messiah. The third day focused on Divine Principleeducation, specifically the Principles of Creation, the Human Fall, the Missionof the Messiah and the Mission of Christianity. Lectures were given by CARP andHigh School Association for the Research of Principles (HARP) students whoinvested wholeheartedly which allowed participants to gain new insights and digdeeper into the heart of the Divine Principle and True Parents’ words. David Amperano, a new guest who was witnessedto last semester at Pasadena Community College, concluded the day with arepresentative prayer. He expressed gratitude in his prayer to “Mother Moon forspreading this message of love and unification” and for the environment herethat invests in raising future leaders. On Day 4, participants were revitalized andrefreshed as they started the day with a morning hike to the top of Big BearLake mountain, and read True Father’s words for Hoon Dok Hwe on the pioneeringspirit and the importance of overcoming challenges and becoming owners of theenvironment. The night concluded with Brothers and SistersNight, a program created by John Lowen where the brothers and sisters meetseparately in order to create a space where they can be vulnerable and sharetheir hearts and better understand themselves and their struggles with theirparents. Everyone shared their hearts, asked for advice, offered support andunconditional love, and encouraged each other to see the value in themselvesand their relationship with God. The program began with a kick-off workshop inLA from July 6 to 10. Day 2 focused on connecting with and inheriting fromChristianity through church mobilization and outreach. Participants departedearly in the morning for an 8:00 a.m. Prayer Service at the City of RefugeChurch in Los Angeles, where Bishop Noel Jones, Pastor of the City of RefugeChurch, shared a powerful message declaring that the most important mission forChristianity is to build loving relationships. A few participants shared abouttheir first experience at a Christian church and said they wanted to inheritthe passion Christians have for God and Jesus. At the end of the trip on July 17,participants will return to LA and officially close the program on July 18 witha Hyo Jin Moon Band concert. Prepared by FFWPU USAlast_img read more