Always Time: Baha’i Pioneering Adventures in Honduras is an exciting, inspiring, funny and heartwarming memoir that begins in 1970 when, with an unexpected change in plans, the authors find themselves attending a talk that focuses on the need for pioneers to teach the Baha’i Faith in foreign countries. Where? “Honduras,” the International Goals Committee office suggests. What’s it like? “It’s hard to describe. You just have to go there to find out!”
Within four months the young couple are headed south in a Volkswagen camper van, learning as they go: how to navigate unfamiliar roads and cultures; how to make a living and raise a family, from hawking homemade peanut candy to founding a bilingual school; how to best share the Faith in ways that will be well-received. Following this resourceful and resilient couple – with a sense of humor to match their sense of adventure - through the surprising turns of the next five decades not only entertains but offers valuable perspectives for pioneers, other teachers of the Faith, and indeed anyone.