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Baha’i Pilgrimage, A Family Guide and Journal
Author: J. L. Messeder   Illustrator: Leona Hosack
Product Code: BPFGJ
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A fun and informative guide for families preparing to go on Bahá’í Pilgrimage.


Gardens of the Spirit
Author: Anita Showers
Product Code: GOS
Size: 10.00 X 12.00 Inches
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Gardens of the Spirit captures the history and beauty of Bahá'í Holy Sites in Haifa and ‘Akká. This beautiful coffee-table book includes stunning color photographs and archival images, and shares historical details from published histories, biographies, and memoirs of the Faith, in addition to documents and official communications from the Bahá’í World Centre.


Baha'i Black Men's Gathering DVD 1987 - 2011

Product Code: SBMGD
Format: DVD
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This 26-minute video reviews the 25-year history of the Black Men's Gathering and was produced under the auspices of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of the United States.

The Universal House of Justice in 2012 described the Bahá'í Black Men's Gathering as "a vibrant and spirited enterprise, which has assisted contingents of African American men to deal with certain obstacles confronting them, to foster a sense of fellowship and kindle their faith and commitment to Bahá'u'lláh, and to encourage them to find an effective part to play within the recent series of Plans."

God Passes By (eBook - ePub)

Product Code: GPBSEP
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing
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Shoghi Effendi's definitive survey of the "outstanding events" of the Baha'i Revelation's first century (1844-1944). A matrix for future scholars of the Baha'i Faith and the only book that Shoghi Effendi penned, God Passes By, "stands unique in the annals of religion" as a religious history written soon after the passing of its Prophet by the head of its community "with access to all documents and materials and complete understanding of its nature and purpose."


Read A User’s Guide to God Passes By written by Michael Day on Baha’i Blog


Anchor of Faith: The Enduring Spirit of the Black Men's Gathering
Authors: Richard W. Thomas, Frederick Landry
Product Code: AFESBM
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing
Pages: 463
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Born of the need to address the plight of men of African descent in the United States, and the unique afflictions imposed upon them, the Black Men's Gathering was founded in 1987 as an individual initiative. From its humble origins in a Greensboro hotel room where the original twelve participants met, the Gathering would grow and evolve over the course of a quarter-century to embrace hundreds in an atmosphere of love, fellowship, and devotion to the Cause of God. Anchor of Faith gives us a glimpse of the vibrant spirit of the Gathering; details its history, evolution, and influence; and brings to light the countless avenues of service pursued by its participants both at home and across the globe.


No Jim Crow Church
Author: Louis Venters
Product Code: NJCC
Publisher: University Press of Florida
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The emergence of a cohesive interracial fellowship in Jim Crow-era South Carolina was unlikely and dangerous. However, members of the Bahá’í Faith rejected segregation, broke away from religious orthodoxy, and defied the odds, eventually becoming the state’s largest religious minority. No Jim Crow Church traces the history of South Carolina’s Bahá’í community from its early origins through the civil rights era.


Champions of Oneness: Louis Gregory and his Shining Circle
Author: Janet Ruhe-Schoen
Product Code: COT
Publisher: Baha'i Publishing Trust, USA
Pages: 282
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Taking as its focus the years 1898–1921, Champions of Oneness portrays the lives of a handful of brilliant pioneers of race amity in the United States who gave everything they could to promote the principle of the oneness of humanity. The thread common among each of their lives was the Bahá’í Faith.
175 Years of Persecution
Author: Fereydun Vahman
Product Code: 175YP
Publisher: Oneworld Publications
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For almost two centuries, followers of the Bahá’í Faith, Iran’s largest religious minority, have been persecuted by the state. They have been made scapegoats for the nation's ills, branded enemies of Islam and denounced as foreign agents. Since the Islamic Revolution of 1979 Bahá’ís have been barred from entering the nation's universities, more than two hundred have been executed, and hundreds more imprisoned and tortured.


Now, however, Iran is at a turning point. A new generation has begun to question how the Bahá’ís have been portrayed by the government and the clergy, and called for them to be given equal rights as fellow citizens. In documenting, for the first time, the plight of this religious community in Iran since its inception, Fereydun Vahman also reveals the greater plight of a nation aspiring to develop a modern identity built on respect for diversity rather than hatred and self-deception.


Baha'u'llah: A Brief History & 15 Prayers
By (artist): Simon Creedy
Product Code: BBHP
Pages: 40
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Begins with a short illustrated history of the life of Bahá'u'lláh followed by His 15 newly translated prayers. This book includes lovely watercolor illustrations throughout.
Warrior Grandma
By (author): Dr. Littlebrave Beaston
Product Code: WGSPL
Publisher: Bellwood Press
Pages: 221
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Warrior Grandma: The Story of Patricia Locke by Littlebrave Beaston is the latest title in the Change Maker series. Patricia Locke—whose Lakota name, Thawáchin Wašté Win, means “Compassionate Woman”—courageously fought for the equality of Indigenous people in the United States and around the world. She was not only a staunch advocate for the rights of Indigenous people but a loving mother and grandmother.


This book teaches the values of generosity, selflessness, and the importance of building strong family relationships. Readers will learn about how prejudice affects American Indians and how Patricia advocated for equal rights for Indigenous people during her lifetime. The book also discusses the qualities of leadership, the principle of consultation, and the importance of courage and perseverance in the face of oppression and attempted assimilation. Patricia acted as a bridge between two cultures—white and Indigenous—and, even in the face of overwhelming difficulties, she always demonstrated compassion toward others. She embodied the qualities of a true Change Maker.


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Abdu’l-Baha in Their Midst
Author: Earl Redman
Product Code: ABTM
Publisher: George Ronald
Pages: 384
Size: 9.75 X 6.25 Inches
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‘Abdu’l-Bahá in Their Midst is the story of the journeys of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá to Europe and North America over the period 1911 to 1913.
Divine Curriculum Volume 5 (part 1)
Author: Edward Price
Product Code: DCV5
Publisher: Wisdom Editions
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Imagine an ancient, universal and Divinely-conceived educational program in which all of creation is a classroom. In the last several thousand years, God has sent many great Divine Educators to humanity, such as Krishna, Abraham, Moses, Zoroaster, Buddha, Jesus, Muhammad, the Báb, and Bahá’u’lláh. Volume 5 of the Divine Curriculum series examines the life and teachings of the Báb.


Arrested, exiled, imprisoned and tortured, the Báb Himself sacrificed His life for the Cause in 1850. 20,000 followers willingly laid down their lives. The Faith survived. It became a world religion, spreading to over 200 countries, and growing to more than five million members. Known known today as the Bahá’í Faith, it all begins with the heroic story of the Báb.


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