A teacher and a student share a joyful experience in a Baha’i children’s class.
Marty and Wendy Quinn perform a musical rendition of Baha’u’llah’s mystical book, “The Seven Valleys.”
When the United Nations asked Baha’i Kevin Locke to open a U.N. meeting on poverty, he recited an “eagle” prayer in his native Lakota Sioux dialect.
Frequently Asked Questions about the Bahá’í Children’s Classes by Loie Mead Bahá’í spiritual education for children is intended to nurture spiritually vibrant and healthy young people who will grow up without prejudice and with a positive, powerful sense that they are important to God and have a role to play in serving humanity. In communities around the… [Read More]
In October, Baha’is around the world celebrate the Birth of the Bab. The Bab (Whose name means “The Gate”) prepared the way for Baha’u’llah, the Founder of the Baha’i Faith.
Three Baha’i youth talk of their experiences doing a “Year of Service” in Tanzania, Tonga and Santa Cruz, California.
People from all backgrounds – South Pacific, Asian, African, South American, Native American and European – joined a joyous celebration of unity in diversity on August 23, 2008.