How A Humanist Chaplain At U.K. Hospital Is A Startling Change

How a Humanist Chaplain At U.K. Hospital is a Startling Change

What The United States Could Learn from the U.K. The appointment of Lindsay van Dijk as the leader of a team of chaplains at

How Do I Become a Baha’i?

How Do I Become a Baha’i?

Guide On How To Begin Personal Spiritual Journey Abdu’l-Baha once gave the definition of a Baha’i as “someone who loves and serves all humanity.”

BIC: The Advancement of Women, Equality and True Prosperity

BAHA’I FAITH SERIES - TOWARD PROSPERITY: THE ADVANCEMENT OF WOMEN The Baha’i Faith is a faith based on the beliefs that God wants humankind

Number of Baha’i Arrests in Yemen this Month are Alarming

Human Rights Organization has asked the Yemeni government to stop the persecution of Baha'i Faith. The people belonging to the Baha'i community have been

This Year Baha’is Will Celebrate Bicentennial of Twin Holy Birthdays

Baha’i Faith Bicentennial Births of the Bab and Baha'u'llah October 2017 The world’s Baha’i community is gearing up to celebrate the twin-celebration of their

Joseph Preville Morocco

Jonathan Wyrtzen on ‘Making Morocco: Colonial Intervention and the Politics of Identity’

Making Morocco is a look into Morocco’s struggles of national identity in its colonial past. Written by Joseph Preville and Julie Poucher Harbin for

Bahai Prisoners Released

4 Bahai’s Imprisoned for Educating Youth Released from Iran Prison

After four years of imprisonment for educating Baha'is, four faculty members of the Baha’i Institute for Higher Education (BIHE) were finally released. In May

Man in Yemen accused of attempting to convert others to Baha’i Faith

A man that has been living in Yemen has been tortured and interrogated for being accused of attempting to convert locals to his Baha’i

Why are burial rights being denied to a Baha’i in Iran?

Shamel Bina passed away in October 2014, but his remains are unburied because local authorities are refusing burial rights. What should have been a

To Light A Candle Documentary

New Documentary ‘To Light A Candle’ Examines Baha’i Struggles In Iran

New film To Light A Candle  examines the persecution of Baha'is in Iran. For millions of people around the world, the term Baha’i will