Category: Learners

Wilmette Institute Learner Present at ‘Irfán Colloquia in Italy

Bahá’í Theology: Concepts of God, Revelation, Manifestation, Creation, Humanity, Afterlife, and Covenant 2017 Faculty: Mikhail Sergeev When Marco Oliviera, a Bahá’í from Portugal, completed the Wilmette Institute’s course Bahá’í Theology: Concepts of God, Revelation, Manifestation, Creation, Humanity, Afterlife, and Covenant

History of Toronto Bahá’í Community Published by Wilmette Institute Learner

Writing Biographies and Histories: Recording Stories of Peoples and Places 2016 Faculty: Thelma Batchelor, Roger Dahl, Robert Stockman, Adam Thorne Marlene Macke, an author and dramatist, has published a history about the Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Bahá’í community in honor of

A Journey of Opportunities: Climate Change and Me

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah To the Wilmette Institute’s Climate Change 2018 course, Roger Lutley, who lives in Edwardsville, Illinois (USA), brought an extensive background: a degree in biology from the University of California, Berkeley;

A Personal Journey Aided by Climate Change 2018 Course

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Andrew Scott, from Tunbridge Wells in the United Kingdom, sounds like a lot of us. There is never enough time to read everything he wants to read or to write

Climate Change: From Despair to Understanding to Action

Climate Change 2018 Faculty: Christine Muller, Arthur Lyon Dahl, Laurent Mesbah Brad James, a learner in the Wilmette Institute’s online course Climate Change 2018, found his experience in the course a journey that included despair, then understanding, and finally a commitment

What Healing Means to a Veterinarian: God Is the Ultimate Healer

Health Care and Social Action 2018 Faculty: Babak Etemad, Stephen Karnik, John Safapour Shawna Wishart, a Bahá’í from New Plymouth, New Zealand, set out her goal for the Wilmette Institute’s course on Health Care and Social Action quite succinctly: “My

A Personal Discovery: How Shoghi Effendi and the Universal House of Justice Guide Us in the Unfolding ‘Abdu’l-Bahá’s Divine Plan

The Advent of Divine Justice: Guidance for Winning Five Year Plan Goals 2018 Faculty: Sherna Deamer, Betty J. Fisher Mona Akhavan, a Iranian Bahá’í living in Melbourne, Australia, a mother of three, and a new grandmother, took advantage of the

Some Answered Questions: Finding Paradigm Shifts in Understanding Bahá’í and Christian Theology

Some Answered Questions 2018 Faculty: William Collins, Necati Alkan For Eric Stanton, who lives in East Lansing, Michigan, in the United States, the Wilmette Institute course on Some Answered Questions became something of a journey through his twenty-seven years as

A Blind Learner Offers Help Navigating Moodle to Other Blind Learners

This is a story of firsts. Ruby Edgar, who is totally blind, enrolled in her first Wilmette Institute course—The Advent of Divine Justice: Guidance for Winning the Goals of the Five Year Plan—and participated fully in the course, preparing a

A Sacred Whole—“When I Am You, You Are Me, We Are the People”

Indigenous Perspectives on the Sacred Faculty: Brian O’Flanagan, Ceylon Isgor, Kevin Locke, Richard Hainsworth Désirée Akhavan, a Bahá’í living in Brooklyn, New York, USA, was one of a large class of learners who enrolled in the Wilmette Institute’s 2018 iteration

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