A group from the Taiwan Interreligious Association for Peace and Development (IAPD) visited Korea on Sept. 26-29, 2018, to participate in the Interfaith Pilgrimage on the World Peace Movement of FFWPU for a Heavenly Korea. The 37-member Taiwan delegation included 25 top leaders from many different faiths. On the first day, they visited Sunhwa Arts High School then moved to Cheongpyeong for a meeting with True Mother and to pay their respects at the BonHyang Won near the Cheon Jeong Gung Museum. After hearing a presentation introducing the FFWPU International Headquarters, CheongShim Peace World Center, CheongShim International Medical Center, SunHak Universal Peace Graduate University and CheongShim International Academy and other organizations in the Hyojeong Cheonwon area, the group went to the Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center for a boat pilgrimage with the Cheonshim boat. On the second day, at 8:00 am, they experienced a short chanyang, and after just 30 minutes, black spots appeared on the bodies of three of the religious leaders. All three of them had been suffering from such things as illness, attached evil spirits, and a sensitive constitution for quite some time.
Then, from 9:00-10:30 am, the group was greeted by Gi-seong Lee who is the president of both Cheongpyeong Heaven and Earth Training Center and FFWPU for a Heavenly Korea, and Jin-hwa Chung who is the director of the International Department of the training center, in the 3rd floor, the HJ Book Café seminar room of the Cheonseong Wanglim Palace. Afterwards, they watched a video about Hyojeong Cheonwon Cheongpyeong Holy Ground and President Gi-seong Lee told them about the Cheongpyeong Providence. Then, Vice President Myong-kwan Lee gave detailed explanations about the Hyojeong Cheonwon Cheongpyeong Holy Ground. After that they moved to the 4th floor of the Hyojeong Café, and the religious leaders shared many testimonies until 12 o'clock.
On the third day, some of the leaders had already climbed up to each holy ground in the early morning and drank the water of life, and then they sincerely prayed for the future of their religious communities. After that, all Taiwanese religious leaders gathered again and had a sharing tea time in the 4th floor of the Hyojeong Café. It was a unique opportunity for all the participants to share their thoughts and experiences among many religious groups and they wanted to communicate with each other constantly. They even decided to cancel their scheduled trip to the War Memorial of Korea so that they would have more time for sharing. At the closing luncheon, they toasted each other and expressed their sorrow at having to part from each other, and then it was time to depart for the airport. They all promised to come back here and meet again. The Taiwanese religious leaders gave many testimonies, and some of them are included here.