Author: Niki Daniels

Eat Food that is in Season: Tip for Sustainable Living

tasty carrots are in season all year long

Therefore strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. ……………………………………—‘Abdu’l-Bahá Monthly tips about sustainable living are designed to inspire you to adapt them to your personal circumstances and locale and to help you generate other ideas about

Climate Change, Population Growth, and Spiritual Evolution—Striking a Balance

title page of Terry's slide show

Climate Change (2014) Christine Muller, Carole Flood, Karryn Olson-Ramanujan, Gary Colliver, Arthur Dahl AND Sustaining 11 Billion People: Challenges for an Ever-Advancing Civilization (2019) Paul Hanley, Neil Whatley, Gary Reusche Terry Edwards, originally from Miami, Florida, and now a resident

University Initiative—Feedback from Bahá’í Theology Course

Karen Web

Bahá’í Theology Faculty: Mikhail Sergeev, Ian Kluge Karen Webb, from Centerville, Utah, is taking Bahá’í Theology for credit. We asked her for feedback on how the course has been going so far. Here are her thoughts.—THE EDITORS Bahá’í Theology is

Tulsa Community: Preserving Local History for Future Generations

Joan King

How to Organize and Maintain a Bahá’í Archives 2019 Faculty: Roger Dahl, Sue Rishworth, Lois Walker Joan King, recording secretary for the Tulsa, Oklahoma Local Spiritual Assembly, tells us how the Wilmette Institute’s 2019 course on Bahá’í Archives caused a

Jean Parker Publishes “Emergency Preparedness through Community Cohesion: An Integral Approach to Resilience”

Emergency Preparedness Book Cover

Dr. Jean Parker, Wilmette Institute faculty in education, business, and economics courses, has just published her doctoral dissertation as a book, Emergency Preparedness through Community Cohesion: An Integral Approach to Resilience. A revision of her doctoral thesis, it looks at

Introduction to the Qur’an Produced an Amazing Opportunity: Recitation of a Qur’an Verse at a Wedding

Sanjida Cabot

Sanjida Cabot tells us about her experience in the course Introduction to the Qur’an and how it led to an invitation to participate in the Bahá’í wedding of two friends, who took the course with her. She adds “It was

The Amazing Impact of Studying the Guardian

Jill Stepp Johnston

Jill Stepp Johnston describes the effect the course Shoghi Effendi: Life and Ministry had on her. I am increasingly astounded by what the Guardian accomplished in so short a time and the cleverness with which he did it all. Just

2019 Community Outreach Survey: Preliminary Results are Encouraging

In June, the Wilmette Institute sent a survey invitation to nearly 2,000 learners who had either not taken a course in four or more years, or who had never logged in. The purpose was to help the Institute improve its

“African American Womanism and the Bahá’í Faith in Dialogue: New Approaches to the Most Challenging Issue”

Layli Maparyan

Sunday, January 26, 2020, 2 p.m. Eastern (11 a.m. Pacific, 8 p.m. Western European time) Register for the Web Talk Womanism is a worldview that emerged from African American women’s culture-based belief systems and historical experiences spanning Africa and the

Air Conditioning and Moderation: Tip for Sustainable Living

Therefore strive that your actions day by day may be beautiful prayers. ……………………………………—‘Abdu’l-Bahá Monthly tips about sustainable living are designed to inspire you to adapt them to your personal circumstances and locale and to help you generate other ideas about

Top