We are a worldwide network of families striving to create
God-centered families as the foundation of a world of peace.
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The Family Peace Association provides a platform for our members to develop and share resources that support families as they cultivate strong, healthy families and thriving communities.
Leadership Task Force
A one-year leadership training program designed for college-age youth focused on cultivating character and leadership to lead in their family, community, nation and world.
Family Peace Academy
Parents explore topics like “Creating Healthy Parent-Child Connections,” “Peaceful Families and a Peaceful World,” “Marriage and Relationships,” in study groups and workshops .
Core Values in the Home
A joint effort of parents and volunteers that is developing resources and support for parents as they embark to raise their children from childhood to adulthood in core values and spiritual principles.
Outdoor Adventure Education
Programs offer youth, individuals and families experiential learning opportunities in God’s pristine Creation.
Dr. Hyun Jin P. Moon and Dr. Junsook Moon
Dr. and Mrs. Moon founded the Family Peace Association to help people establish God-centered families that uphold universal principles and shared values, the foundation for the well-being of all people and a world of peace. Recognizing that families are the most fundamental unit of every society, they work across religions, nationalities, and ethnicity.
"I don't like that man. I must get to know him better." —Abraham Lincoln Missing the village As families have become smaller and the circle of the family has become less inclusive, relationships in the community, society and the nation have also changed. In...
Taking a family outing compared to trip by yourself might be comparable to the difference between spiritual growth as an individual and as a family. A trip where you’re responsible for only yourself is easier to prepare and plan for, just as focusing on...
In our efforts to become God-centered families, we can work towards developing specific tools of critical thinking skills and channels for open and honest dialogue among family members. In a sense, these tools function like navigation tools. To get...