Month: September 2020

Mr. Jay Tyson

Jay Tyson grew up outside of Detroit, Michigan, and graduated from Princeton University with a degree in civil engineering in 1976. He and his wife Eileen spent four years in Liberia, where Jay worked on road construction projects. They also spent seven years in Haifa, Israel, where he assisted with historic restoration at the Baha’i […] Read More

From Bible Prophecy to Baha’u’llah – A recovering Fundamentalist Preacher shares his perspectives on teaching Christians

A RELENTLESS SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH Incredible true story from former Worldwide Church of God minister Right out of the gate, this story will shake you, hitting you in the gut with a tale of a broken home, kidnapping and a childhood bereft of love.And then it gets even more interesting.In The People of the Sign, Wade […] Read More

Mr. Wade Fransson

Wade Fransson is the author of a successful trilogy, and the founder of Something or other Publishing (SOOP), which utilizes Social Media and Publishing to provide flexible Author Driven Publishing services. He is a former Worldwide Church of God Minister, with an undergraduate degree in Theology and an MBA. His diverse background includes having lived […] Read More

Race Unity: A Prerequisite to American and Global Progress.

Ms. Monique Stevens will discuss the Bahai perspective on race unity as it relates to the oneness of humanity and the Bahai goal of carrying forward an “ever advancing civilization.” Read More

White American Bahá’ís role in bringing about racial justice/unity.

This has been a very challenging year for the United States. We have battled a global pandemic that has taken the lives of almost 200,000 Americans. At the same time, we have come to a point of reckoning as it relates to race relations in our country ever since the killing of George Floyd. Since […] Read More

Baha’i Explorations

 Exploration – is the action of traveling in or through an unfamiliar area in order to learn about it. We hope you will enjoy the mix of speakers and the variety of topics discussed every Sunday, here is a list of all Previous Sessions. “He is a true Baha’i who strives by day and by night to […] Read More

The new school is the microschool

In 2008 Jaime’s focus began to shift from teaching adults to the education of children. Her long-held volunteer services include serving as a Board Director for, a state leader character development education, and the animation of Jr. Youth Groups. Her dedication to service and rapport with community children lead to the organic development of […] Read More