children of the kingdom a bahai approach to spiritual parenting

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Children Of The Kingdom

Author : Daun E. Miller
ISBN : 1931847754
Genre : Family & Relationships
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A practical guide for successful and spiritual parenting based on the love of God, the love of family and the love of children. Spiritually bases answers that convey a practical approach to educating children in a loving and supportive manner, with spiritual principles, virtues, and character development serving as the foundation for their learning and growth. Written in chronological order so that busy parents can find what they need quickly and easily, the book designates each age group as an important stage in a child's life and one that demands specific action on the part of parents. Using the Bahai writings, as well as personal experience, the author demonstrates that there is an alternative to the chaos and confusion that many parents see engulfing the world.

Selections From The Writings Of Abdu L Bah

Author : Abdul Baha
ISBN : 1931847746
Genre : Religion
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A timeless collection of writings, containing spiritual and practical guidance for all aspects of life. The letters and other written documents span the years 1892 to 1921 and are very relevant in today's world. This compilation of correspondence and other written works of one of the central figures of the Bahai Faith, covers a wide range of topics including physical and spiritual health, death and the afterlife, the reality of man, the oneness of mankind, and the elimination of prejudice. The wisdom imparted in this volume remains as timeless and relevant today as when it was first committed to paper.

Longing

Author : Phyllis A. Unterschuetz
ISBN : 1931847681
Genre : Religion
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An array of moving stories about confronting prejudice and racism also argues for the inherent oneness of the human race. Original.

Divine Journey

Author : Marc Lloyd Hensen
ISBN : 9781467040563
Genre : Religion
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As the title indicates; Divine Journey: Exploring the Baha i Faith, takes one on a guided tour of the Baha i Faith and its teachings. While not intended to proselytize (Baha is are strictly forbidden to do so) it seeks to gently share with those who are interested in learning about the Baha i Faith what it means to be a Baha i and to live a Baha i life via an exploration of some of the central teachings of that religion on love, peace, world unity, the purpose of life, life after death, and race unity and the elimination of prejudice. The book explores the implications and applications of the teachings of the Baha i Faith and how they relate to the individual on a personal level and to society and the world on a global level, while examining the reciprocal relationship between them. Permeating the book is the cardinal teaching of the Baha i Faith, that being the essential oneness of humanity and our spiritual transformation as lovers of the diversity that beautifies our human family. It is the ultimate aim of the book to illustrate that, to be true, this spiritual transformation must manifest itself in loving fellowship and service to humanity.

The Baha I Children S Workbook Second Revised Edition

Author : Sara Clarke-Habibi
ISBN : 2839907631
Genre : Education
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The Story Of Baha U Llah

Author : Druzelle Cederquist
ISBN : 1931847134
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Chronicles the life of the founder of the Baha'i religion, a prophet and self-proclaimed dvinity who was persecuted during his lifetime. Original.

God Passes By

Author : Effendi Shoghi
ISBN : 1508530734
Genre : Religion
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God Passes By

Bah I Parenting Perspectives

Author : Negin Anvar
ISBN : 0853985022
Genre : Bahai education of children
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Gleanings From The Writings Of Baha U Llah

Author : Baha'u'llah
ISBN : 1931847223
Genre : Religion
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Selections from the works of the Baha'i prophet explain the nature of God and the unity of all peoples and religions.

The Bah S Of America

Author : Mike McMullen
ISBN : 9781479851522
Genre : Religion
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The Bahá’í Faith had its origins in nineteenth century Shi’ite Islam, but embraces Abraham, Krishna, Moses, Buddha, Jesus, and Muhammad—among others—as prophets, each seen as a divine messenger uniquely suited to the needs of his time. The Bahá’í community has spread to become the second most geographically widespread religion in the world. It has a 120 year history in the United States, where members have promoted their core belief that all people are created equal. American Bahá’ís have been remarkably successful in attracting a diverse membership. They instituted efforts to promote racial unity in the deep South decades before the modern civil rights movement, and despite lip service to fostering multi racial congregations among Christian churches, over half of American Bahá’í congregations today are multiracial, in comparison to just 5 to 7 percent of U.S. Christian churches. This level of diversity is unique among all religious groups in the United States. As the story of a relatively new religious movement, the history of the Bahá’ís in America in the 20th and early 21st centuries offers a case study of institutional maturation, showcasing the community’s efforts to weather conflict and achieve steady growth. While much scholarly attention has been paid to extremist religious movements, this book highlights a religious movement that promotes the idea of the unity of all religions. Mike McMullen traces the hard work of the Bahá’ís’ leadership and congregants to achieve their high level of diversity and manage to grow so successfully in America.

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