See new testimonies below: Eight new testimonies from David Stadelhofer, Hil Llanto, Maryse Gallagher, Susana Ginze, Stan Paczynski, Sam Harley and Robert Brown
“We were there” is a site dedicated to record the experiences of the first generation on the front line and attending True Parents. This site is a repository of stories and photos and is a gift to the second generation and all future generations. We encourage all brothers and sisters to share your own special stories, testimonies, or memories with the world so these treasures won’t be lost. Please send in your written, audio, or video stories and photos. In the menu above, click on Share your story page to share your testimony or email it to email@example.com.
* All submissions will be reviewed by “We were there” administrators before showing on the site. Some submissions of photos will display people no longer associated with the movement. We apologize, not wanting to offend anyone and will remove photos when appropriate. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Here are the most recent posts. To enjoy more stories and photos, view the different pages through the menu on the top of the page.
Susana Ginze shares how she witnesses to people through her job of taking care of autistic children. She often blesses the parents and talks about...read more
Stan Paczynski has a witnessing condition everyday where he is dropped off at McDonald’s to talk to people about True Parents and Divine...read more
David Stadelhofer, who joined in Berkeley in the 1960s, talks about his first impressions of the church and the teachings. The whole church in Berkeley only had seven members at the time. He was on cloud nine at first but later...read more
We made an introductory video for our local “We were there” chapter in Los Angeles. Several members have shared their deep experiences in the movement.
In the video are Jose Fragosa, Caroline Cecile, Robert Brown, Hil Llanto, Susana Ginze and Sam Harley.