ObeisanceBaba
Baha'i Descriptive Historia
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Our vision and mission is to help connect
people to faith and community.

Baha’i pioneers, both on the homefront and internationally, are diligently engaged in this task.

Velma Fugerson (1926-2016)
Baha’i International Pioneer
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October 2019 will mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of the forerunner and herald of the Baha’i Faith, the Bab, whose dramatic ministry paved the way for the appearance of Baha’u’llah. On 29 and
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The Great Tao

By Phyllis Ghim Lian Chew The Great Tao Journal of Baha'i Studies, 4.2.1991 This article compares the similarities of the spiritual insights of the Tao with that of other major religions, notably the Baha'i Faith. The author argues that there can be no understanding...

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Baha’i Tutorial School Mindoro Philippines

Mangyan Baha'is Visiting Five Mangyan Villages In 1996 Mangyan People, Occidential/Oriental, Mindoro Island, Philippines Indigenous MangyansThe Bahá’í Tutorial School Program I Am, Mangyan! “I have lived in this land all my life. Here I was born and it is here that I...

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Knobloch Memorial July 2000

8 July 2000       L – R. Amelia Knobloch, Alma Knobloch, Carl A. Hannen Pauline Hannen and Joseph Hannen. Knobolch & Hannen Story         Amalie Knobloch, her husband and daughters, Fanny, Pauline, and Alma,...

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Photo Credits:
Painting – Two Men Reading by Candlelight, Nat’l Museum of Tehran, Iran (Persia). T. Randolph (Dec 1970)
Book – Baha’i Prayers & Readings – Leili Egea
Baha’is – Sarah Lee Owens (l), Quida Coley (m), Sylvia Ioas (r). Wilmette, IL (USA). T. Randolph (1973)
Hands – Mangyan Tribesman, Mindoro, Philippine Islands. T. Randolph (1997)

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