A new Podcast Episode of True Parents Way Podcast is now Live!

What if one were born in a prison, of parents, grandparents, and ancestors who were born in that prison? And all one heard were fragmentary memories of life outside. Would one know it is a prison? And what if there were no walls, because the entire world was a prison? Rev. Moon told us the way to break out of this prison: blessed marriage.

True Parents Way Podcast is a weekly discussion of issues related to marriage, family, religion, politics and society. It includes content from the Holy Marriage Blessing radio ministry, hosted by Tyler Hendricks and Ruth Muanda, as well as audio recordings of TPW blog and video materials.

We build God-centered marriages and families, cross barriers of race and religion, and celebrate the coming of heaven.
We uplift true family values that make marriage the home of God, and the family the school of peace.
We resurrect man woman love, the gateway to everlasting joy on earth and in heaven.
We grow our heart for God, for the world, and for our family, to make our love last for generations.

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Thank you and go in peace!

Team TPW


  1. Hi Dr. Hendricks!

    Just wanted to say THANK YOU for the amazing podcast named “Marriage Destroys the Prison”. I’m a graduate student at UC Berkeley, and a 2nd gen Unificicationist. I’m studying Social Welfare, and a huge part of me feels incredibly lost and sad in the conversations about oppression, White privilege, etc. I’m so glad that you provided this viewpoint. I knew that there is a gaping hole in the world’s understanding of what will bring unity and peace. Right now, it seems a lot of people think some sort of retribution is in order, or a restructuring of the institutions that uphold our society. I can’t help thinking that even if that happened, it wouldn’t answer people’s longing for True Love!

    Thanks again, and I’m so happy you addressed this. It answers so many of the questions I have about the state of our country right now, and what we can do about it.


    Sarah Brown


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