The Words of the Mito Family

1st National College-Age Student Assembly- July 3-5, 2006 at UTS

Kazushi Mito
June 30, 2006

Memorandum

Memo E 2006-06-30

To: Regional Directors, State & Church leaders, All Second Generation
From: CARP and FFWPU Education Department
Date: June 30, 2006
RE: 1st National College-Age Student Assembly- July 3-5, 2006 at UTS

If you havenít yet heard, the First National College-Age Student Assembly will be held at UTS in Barrytown, NY from July 3-5, 2006. Hyun Jin Nim, in his increasingly central role to lead our movement and its youth toward the future, is looking forward to meeting with all those college students concerned and committed to helping shape that future. The Assembly will address the theme: "Working Together Towards the New Future of College Youth." More than a workshop, it is a leadership assembly to plan and prepare new models of campus outreach and consider how to develop a vibrant college-age community, in connection with the heart and vision of True Parents and True Family.

A more detailed proposal, tentative schedule and registration form are attached, although much more is being planned even now. For all regional, state and church leadership, especially in the northeast, please do your best during this time of transition to convey this invitation to the college-age Blessed Children in your area. Please announce the Assembly in church this Sunday, in all bulletins if possible, and make the registration forms available.

For more information contact Sophia Kirkle.

Mr. Kazushi Mito
President
CARP- USA

Dr. Chang Shik Yang
Continental Director
FFWPU of North America

Rev. Michael Jenkins
President
FFWPU- USA


The 1st National College Age Student Assembly "Working Together Towards the New Future of College Youth"

We are inviting all college-age Second Generation who are striving toward establishing an ideal family to attend the first ever National College Age Student Assembly from July 3rd Ė 5th at UTS.

At this historical time when True Parents have entered Godís Original Palace, let us consider the role of our second generation, who with their parents are called to substantiate Godís eternal peace kingdom.

For most Blessed Children, the college years are crucial for preparing ourselves to become ideal spouses and parents in the future. It is also a time to nurture a public mind and prepare for the future of our movement and society. However, the campus culture that surrounds us promotes elements contrary to that ideal, such as extreme individualism, irresponsibility, and the free sex lifestyle.

Throughout this Assembly, we will discuss these critical issues and consider solutions together. We have also invited Hyun Jin Nim, representing True Family, to come and share some words with us. By addressing these issues together and clarifying a common vision for the future, we hope to gain the conviction to establish this ideal and the confidence to eventually expand Godís culture of ideal families and living for others in our respective campuses and communities.

Objectives:

* To connect in heart with True Parents and True Children and better understand our identity as extended members of True Family.

* To identify the key challenges that we face as college students in growing our faith and heart, and in striving to establish successful Blessed couples.

* To share our best practices and begin to build a national vision along with an active network of support to fulfill that vision.

Target Participants:

Current college age 1st & 2nd Generation students, who are currently Blessed, or planning on getting blessed in the near future.
Recent high school graduates and Cheon Il Guk couples
Parents of current college age Blessed Children and potential College Age Ministers and CARP supporters from around the country.

Program Dates: July 3rd Ė 5th, 2006

Location & Registration Time: UTS, July 3rd: 9-11am

Cost: $100

Group Discount*: 10% off groups of 10 or more people.

groups must pre-register with Sophia Kirkley ASAP

For information Contact: Sophia Kirkley

Tentative Schedule

July 3rd

9-11am Registration

11-12pm Orientation; Welcoming remarks; Introduce all participants

12-1:30pm Lunch

2-3:30pm Brainstorming session by area on "our vision for building a vibrant college age community."

3:30-4pm Break

4-6pm Presentations by area on the brainstorming sessions

6-7:30pm Dinner

8-9:30pm Panel/ Testimonies

July 4th

5-6:30am HDH & Discussion or Q &A with the 180 country Tour speeches

7- 8am Breakfast

8:30 -10am Presentation on "Preparing to Build an Ideal Family"

10-10:30pm Break

10:30-12:30pm Discussion by area on "The Challenges we Face as College-age Students, and Possible Solutions"

12:30-2pm Lunch

2:30-4pm Facilitated reports on the discussions.

4-4:30pm Break

4:30-6pm Presentation on "Developing a Life of Faith as a College-age Student"

6-7:30pm Special Independence Day BBQ???

8-9:30pm Celebrate Independence day together (FIRE WORKS)

July 5th

5-6:30am Jeopardy challenge based on HDH with Fatherís speeches

7 - 8am Breakfast

10-12:00am Presentation on "Vision for New Future of College Youth" with Q and A

12-1:30pm Lunch

1:30-3:30pm Address by Hyun Jin Moon

4-5:30pm Follow-up Meeting by area for local College-age Ministry

Break

6-7pm Introduction of available national programs and internships with Q and A. Concluding remarks.

7-8:30pm Dinner & Exhibitions of national internships and programs.

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