On July 31st, IYF and International University of East Africa (shorten IUEA), located at Uganda Kampala, contracted an MOU in order to introduce Mind Education. On this day, Pastor Ock Soo Park and the Chancellor of IUEA and their staffs signed the MOU to introduce the Mind Education in the meeting room.
This MOU was opened through the offer by the Chancellor who was captivated by Pastor Seong Hun Kim’s Mind Education that took place before at IUEA. Through this MOU, Mind Education will start from 2018 for teachers and staff members and eventually spread out.
Pastor Ock soo Park, who visited IUEA, was welcomed by Chancellor Dawoud Shenouda Dawoud and held a small talk in his office and then moved to the meeting room for the MOU program.
Firstly, the Chancellor of IUEA gave a simple explanation to ‘What is Mind Education?’ and ‘Why should this program be introduced?’ Then, the Gracious Choir performed. Fourty education personnel at the ceremony cheered as they listened to classic music which isn’t usually easily accessible.
At the MOU contracting ceremony, Pastor Ock Soo Park described how Malaria is infected by mosquitoes and the background of the discovery of penicillin through blue fungi. Alike the medicine that is made by analyzing the cause of infection, everybody’s problems start from their hearts and a blessed and happy life can be possible by analyzing it.
Pastor Ock Soo Park continued explaining about how to be free by giving an example of the woman caught in the act of adultery. “The woman caught in the act of adultery was dragged by her adulterous heart. One day, she was caught in the act and stood in front of Jesus. Her adulterous heart and fear that surrounded her turned into thankfulness through Jesus and she was no longer dragged by adulterous heart or fear. If your heart changes, you can live a different life. We guide our youths by showing a better world to follow, show the path leading to it, and guide them through instead of simply telling them not to do it. We will make IUEA the best university in Uganda through Mind Education.”