The Regional Training Institute of the Atlantic States has completed three excellent short videos about offering a period of service in the region, featuring Ardalan, Katie, Rocio and others in their service. These videos launch a Training Institute YouTube channel.
Here is an inspiring story from one of the Bahá’ís in West Virginia, illustrating the attitudes and skills of a teacher of the Faith. The effort of every Bahá’í is sacred. This story is an example of how all Bahá’ís can reach out to souls with Baha’u’llah’s message using patience […]
Jackson, Tennessee continues its development with the growth of children’s classes, junior youth groups, study circles and devotions in an apartment complex. Told largely from the perspective of youths in the community who are making it happen, this video shows how Baha’i-inspired junior youth spiritual empowerment program is changing lives […]
Atlantic Region Progress Letter 2015-02-26 The Regional Bahá’í Council of the Atlantic States plans to send regular update letters to friends throughout the region. These letters will highlight the movement of clusters in the region in its contribution of at least 105 programs of growth by Ridván 2016. The first […]
The Regional Bahá’í Council of the Atlantic States has launched a news organ to share learning on specific topics from activities throughout the region. “In the next five years, the successful prosecution of the Plan will require the services of several thousand consecrated souls who, spurred on by their love for […]
Today our junior youth group talked about “excellence.” Part of this is efficiency. “Have you ever heard someone use the word ‘efficiency?’” the animators asked the participants. “You did your homework very efficiently,” Mohammed quoted a teacher. “You always hear people saying the economy should be more efficient,” said José. […]
Our Junior Youth Group, called “Lacy Blue” because some of our junior youth come from a neighborhood called Lacy Boulevard, is supported by a consistent team of adults from the community whom we call “the support team.” From the beginning, the presence of both youth and adults has been instrumental […]