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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

President's Corner

January 31st, 2018
Dear friends and supporters of WFWP USA,Did you see the clock for 2018 in our first Logic of Love News issue? This year has barely begun, yet we've already experienced much excitement and new developments through our chairwomen and chapters in the field -- and also through our Founder, Dr. Hak Ja Han Moon. Dr. Moon initiated a historic Africa Summit, held in Dakar, Senegal, on January 18 to promote peace on this historically troubled but beautiful continent. She was welcomed wholeheartedly by 1,200 leaders from the entire continent -- chiefs, parliamentarians, interfaith leaders, and women leaders. What moved everyone the most was Dr. Moon's visit to Goree Island, the Senegal site that was one of the centers of the African slave trade. She wanted to visit there to pray…

President’s Corner

January 17th, 2018
Dear friends, ​​Welcome to this brand-new year of 2018! There is something beautiful and powerful about the beginning of a new year, with​ 365 blank pages of life​ available, ​waiting to be filled with good content! Of course, it doesn't necessarily mean that things will be any easier this year. However, ​as women (and men) who are committed to living by the logic of love, empowered by our Creator, we will practice to become experts in turning negatives into positives. Together, we will be able to ​contribute toward positive change in our own lives, our families, society, even the world- and thus possibly​ change the course of history!
Dear friends and families,2017 for WFWP USA has been a momentous year of many unprecedented new developments, new traction in the field, and momentum toward the future. Please enjoy reading our year-end report and see for yourself how much was accomplished in our chapters around the nation. Kudos to all our chairwomen nationwide, who are women young and older, mothers, students, professionals -- and all of them volunteers. We were able to create a lot together with your support. We consider you part of our bigger team, and thank you again so very much! As we look into 2018, we are committed to building​ on the momentum that was created in 2017 (see our goals for 2018). The yearly theme that has emerged, based on discussions and where we see…
Happy Holidays, dear friends and supporters!"Let there be Peace on earth, and let it begin with ME!" ​Being surrounded by hustle and bustle, extra work hours, and stress as part of this holiday season, it is often hard to stay in a peaceful frame of mind. I would therefore like to invite you to take a moment and listen to a piece of music played by a 14-year-old young lady ​(now she is 16), ​who is dedicating her piano talent to peace and who is also a paying student member of WFWP. You can watch the video above. Art, music, dance, singing, poetry, and spirituality can truly lift us out of our ordinary, mundane reality onto a higher plane of joy, love, giving, and inner peace. Yet something else that…

President's Corner

November 1st, 2017
Dear friends,Pre-Thanksgiving greetings to one and all!There is peace in the air... at least, we hear voices for peace here and there, especially in September during the time of International Peace Day.Why are voices for peace so important? They matter because they provide a much-needed counterpoint to the ugliness that is occurring in many parts of the world and even in our own backyard, such as:Wars - In the Syrian civil war, well over 400,000 have so far been killed. In the Democratic Republic of Congo, thousands are still dying in conflicts over minerals.Poverty - It's estimated that 21,000 poverty-stricken children die every day from hunger and easily preventable diseases.Addiction - At least 100 Americans die every day from opioid overdoses.Gun violence - Some 30,000 Americans die each year as…
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