As the sun doesn’t shine only on good people and rain doesn’t rain only on bad people, this particular volunteer group doesn’t discriminate when reaching out their helping hands. This group is Shincheonji Volunteer Group which spreads Jesus’s love as the biggest volunteering group in the world. Shincheonji Volunteer Group contributes to the development of … Continue reading Angels on Earth: Shincheonji Volunteers!
On 29th Dec., 2017, a woman was kidnapped by her own family in the name of ‘coercive conversion’. This incident ended up being very heartbreaking: she resisted attending the coercive conversion program and consequently died. In fact, she had been kidnapped and moved to a remote monastery in the past. After the first incident, … Continue reading A Hundred NGOs Gathered to Stop Human Rights Violation
A few days ago, a press conference/rally was held to urge disbanding of the Christian Council of Korea (CCK). What people - about a hundred NGOs and 3 million citizens – gathered and shouted out was that disband anti-nation, anti-society, anti-religion, and anti-peace organization CCK and enact a law to ban coercive conversion(To watch the … Continue reading The World is Watching Korean Religious Society
A representative religious organization of a nation is not a religious one but functioning for political purposes, and even worse. Political society overlooks the organization abuses its power, commits crimes, and infringes human rights. Is this a conspiracy? Or a synopsis of a film? None of them. Surprisingly in Korea, it’s happening in real … Continue reading A Secret of A Religious Society
On 27th of Jan, 2019 11:00 a.m.(GMT+9), Press Conference and Rally to Call for the Shutdown of the Christian Council of Korea(CCK), an Anti-Nation, Anti-Society, Anti-Religion, and Anti-Peace Organization was held in Seoul, South Korea. About 100 non-governmental organization and 2 million citizens participated in this rally, accusing CCK’s corruption and urging disband of CCK. … Continue reading What is Happening in Religious Society in Korea?
On 18th Nov., Seoul & Gyeonggi Joint Graduation for class 108 of Zion Christian Mission Center was held. This festive event of five tribes (John, Simon, Bartholomew, Matthew, and Seoul James) for 5,945 graduates was just exquisite. Well-known people came to give speeches, the Chairman encouraged and also celebrated graduates, and the performance for celebrating … Continue reading “My Mom Goes to Shincheonji?” Shincheonji Graduate’s Confession
Shincheonji Daejeon Church organized the event that lets Koreans know about the proper way to use Korean on Oct. 8. Even though Korea has a low illiteracy rate, many people commonly make the spelling mistake when they write in Korean and mangle their language by shortening and changing the shape of the Korean alphabets. As … Continue reading Shincheonji Daejeon Church organized the event, ‘Searching for the Correct Korean language’
Shincheonji Volunteer campaign that is entitled "Let's eat together" was held by Shincheonji, the tabernacle of testimony, CheonAn church. On that day, various kinds of events were provided such as a food table called 'Let's talk', food tables booths which have 8 stories including gratitude, blessing, etc, photo zone to deliver our mind to loved … Continue reading Shincheonji Church, the 2nd story of ‘respecting the elderly’ “Let’s eat together.” campaign
On August 12th a graduation ceremony of Shincheonji Church (hereinafter referred as SCJ) was held in Republic of South Africa where the land is as passionate as the heat of the sun.Following Europe and the United States 694 graduates in South Africa mastered the Bible and entered the church. Since 2012, South Africa Church was established with … Continue reading Shincheonji Church of Jesus, 700 Graduates Produced in Republic of South Africa
Shall we take a test and see who really are the children of God? In general, you might think of a 'test' as something that you take at school or workplace, but ShincheonJi church (hereinafter referred to as SCJ) suggested to Christian Council of Korea (hereinafter referred to as CCK) that congregation members of each … Continue reading Shall We Take a Test and See Who Really are the Children of God?