Bahá’í Temple in Chile
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Iran’s Angels, an online documentary series about human rights
and sacrifices of Bahá’ís.
For part one
For part two click above
For part three click above
A China TV Station in
USA broadcasted the above program about the Bahá’í faith
Diversity -Chinese TV
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right picture to watch
with Farzam Kamalabadi
of Shiraz efforts as reported by an Iranian government voice. In
Persian Click on the left picture to view
Baha'is from five continents engaging in core activities
of the Universal House of Justice dated 20 October 2008
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9-minute movie with Gloria Javid,
explaining how they are using Anna's presentation to direct
teach in India. Click on the picture to see the video.
A short video of a 13-year-old pre-youth who used
the Anna's Presentation album and connected the hearts of 11
adults and 2 youth to their Lord, Baha'u'llah. Click on the
picture to see the video.
Trip Experiences of five-year old Isabella, seven-year old Adib and
nine-year old Anisa Young.
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On this trip, children performed, taught and found new friends. Click on any
picture to see it enlarged.
Khadem Teaching Project
July 28th 2007- July 28th 2008
Dallas Cluster, Dallas Teaching Teams
around the Bahá’í Center
July 28th 2007, over twenty-six people attended the Dallas Reaching-Teaching
Seminar from many different clusters and cities, and the Khadem Teaching
Project was successfully launched. A vivid and outstanding collaboration
between the Institutions
of Learned, Rulers, and the RTI was at work. An Auxiliary Board Member,
members of the Dallas Spiritual Assembly and the Dallas cluster teaching
committee were represented. Fourteen teams were formed, each paired and
teamed up with a Persian Martyr, in whose name the team was named. Areas
around and near the Dallas Bahá’í Center were mapped and assigned to a team
member. The effort is to be regularly monitored and sustained for a year and
would last until July 28th 2008.
In addition to the Dallas
cluster at the Dallas Reaching-Teaching Seminar, other clusters were
represented and teams were formed, and, as with the Dallas cluster, teams
paired and teamed up with a Persian Martyr, and were asked to assign
themselves an area in which they would be working.
Click on any picture to see the pictures of teams and the
News in the Southern Region of USA, in summer
Several highly successful youth projects were held
in the summer of 2007. These projects created opportunities for more than
150 youth to develop their teaching skills and confidence in reaching out
and effectively delivering the Message. Applying new-found skills derived
from the practices of the institute courses and energized by the love of
Bahá’u’lláh, these youth arose to serve in the forefront of teaching. Youth
reached out to receptive populations, initiated junior youth groups and
neighborhood children’s classes with numerous seekers, held firesides,
engaged in home visits, and tutored study circles. They traveled to
clusters as traveling teachers and trained human resources to reinforce and
augment the integrated process of expansion and consolidation in those
LEARNING IN ACTION VOLUME 1 ISSUE 4 AUGUST 2007 A PUBLICATION OF THE
REGIONAL BAHÁ’Í COUNCIL OF THE SOUTHWESTERN STATES
Neighborhood Children Classes in a Receptive Neighborhood in San
Diego on the above Learning in action.
Austin Texas Neighborhood Children Classes
Action of Alice
Mahomes of Detroit.
See The Bahá’í
Newsreel -- Volume 15, Number 1 Published:2005/10/13
Being Rich in
Detroit, Michigan for full story.
Home visits are
quickly becoming an integral component of Bahá’í community
growth, pastoral care, and friendship-building. Alice Mahomes is
well-known in her Detroit neighborhood, where visiting her
neighbors has long been a part of her everyday life. After
participating in a recent intensive institute campaign, Alice
now feels confident to bring the Bahá’í Faith to those around
the Newsreel at the following site.
with neighborhood children
Action of Steven
Children’s Classes In Monrovia, California
See The Bahá’í
Newsreel -- Volume 15, Number 3 Published:2006/05/09
classes are providing a safe haven for a neighborhood and
offering a venue for kids to add a spiritual element to their
relationships. How did these classes start? How did parents
become interested in sending their kids to the class? Do all
Bahá’í children’s class teachers have to be declared Bahá’ís?
See their story.
Watch the Newsreel at the following site.
Neighborhood Children’s Classes In Monrovia, California
Class Teaches Virtues to
Children of Many Faiths.
story of the Children Virtues class held at Layli Miller-Muro’s
home aired nationally to an audience of over 26 million people
on NPR on March 7, 2008, which mentioned the Bahá’í Faith.
full article about the classes is also found on the front page
of NPR's website, along with an audio link to the story.
To see the article and hear the story, click here or on the