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New Releases:

Prison of Self

Prison of Self by Verna J Bryan - from her diary of teaching experiences to inmates at the Niagara Regional Detention Centre Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Casablanca In The Last Days of French Morocco

Casablanca ~In The Last Days of French Morocco by Don Springer Hawley. As a young Bahá'í pioneer in Casablanca, Hawley brings a unique perspective to the upheaval as the French regime is overthrown in the 1950s.

This Side Up

This Side Up An autobiography by Robert Mazibuko. Robert served as an Xhosa translator from 1968 to 1987, as a member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of South Africa from 1975 to 1985 during some formative stages of the Faith in Africa. He captures memories of his time with Emeric and Rosemary Sala, Michael Sears and many others from this special time.

Spiritual Survival

Spiritual Survival compiled by Jonathan Dixon. This much-loved, much-needed compilation focuses on those Bahá'í Writings most concerned with dealing with life's tests and difficulties. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

African Destiny

African Destiny by Eleanor Harding Her daughter's letters from her Bahá'í pioneering post in Zaire, and her own spiritual journey and experiences travelling to her daughter's chosen part of the world.

Aspire to Excellence

Aspire to Excellence by Maboubé Mahler-Hielscher A Bahá'í primer for youth and beginning Bahá'ís. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Planning Calendar

Planning Calendar for Spiritual Assemblies and Committees 171 B.E. (2014-2015 C.E.) Since 1993, a calendar to ease the routine work of Spiritual Assemblies and make time for the important work. Countdown for the new Five Year Plan incorporated in a beautiful four-colour cover. Year 170 still available as well.

Work Songs

Work Songs --Poems to Celebrate Work by Michael Fitzgerald delights again in this 80 page poetry book dedicated to work as worship in all forms.

Anthems for Earth

Anthems for Earth by Michael Fitzgerald contains 73 folios of truly refreshing and inspirational nine-line poems in Michael's unique style and voice, celebrating the world, its hopes and dreams.


Teaching/Deepening:

Personal Pathway for Spiritual Growth

Personal Pathway to Spiritual Growth by David and Carol Bowie David & Carol's particular interests are the Covenant, the Ages and Epochs of the Faith, the Majestic Process, the development of the institutions of the Faith, particularly the National Convention, the Local Spiritual Assembly and the Nineteen Day Feast, the equality of men and women, Bahá'í elections, the relationship of the individual to the community, pioneering and travel teaching. They bring their experience and vision to this exploration of the Universal House of Justice's Six Requisites for Spiritual Growth, ensuring that it is both thought provoking and informed. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Spiritual Survival

Spiritual Survival Selected Bahá'í Writings Concerning Tests and Difficulties Compiled by Jonathan Dixon (Edmonton, AB). Indexed to help you find exactly what you need. Writings carefully chosen to bring matters into a clearer perspective. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Study Guide

A Study Guide for the Hidden Words of Bahá'u'lláh by Mark Miller of the Maxwell International Bahá'í School. A Ruhi-style workbook used for an in-depth study of the Hidden Words.

Daily Obligatory Prayers

Daily Obligatory Prayers for Bahá'ís An inexpensive way to put the Obligatory Prayers into the hands of new believers immediately.Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Be Thou Assured Compilation from the Bahá'í Writings prepared by the Continental Board of Counsellors in the Americas. Words of inspiration and encouragement. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

Soyez Assurés

Soyez Assurés Compilation des Écrits Bahá'ís préparée par le Corps continental des Conseillers pour les Amériques. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.


Non-Fiction/Biography/Self-Help:

Prison of Self

Prison of Self by Verna J Bryan - from her diary of teaching experiences to inmates at the Niagara Regional Detention Centre Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

African Destiny

African Destiny by Eleanor Harding Her daughter's letters from her Bahá'í pioneering post in Zaire, and her own spiritual journey and experiences travelling to her daughter's chosen part of the world.

Spiritual Intelligence

Spiritual Intelligence The balancing of emotion reason and spirituality in a splendid self- help book by Khalil Khavari Ph.D. (California, USA). In China, the Czech Republic, Poland, Indonesia and now Egypt. The first printing sold out, and the second printing is now available. Excellent book for balancing the components of your life along Bahá'í principles. Excellent for introducing those principles to those not as conversant with them. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

This Side Up

This Side Up An autobiography by Robert Mazibuko. Robert served as an Xhosa translator from 1968 to 1987, as a member of the National Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá'ís of South Africa from 1975 to 1985 during some formative stages of the Faith in Africa. He captures memories of his time with Emeric and Rosemary Sala, Michael Sears and many others from this special time.

Women's Talk

Women's Talk Thought provoking look at the role of women in the light of the Bahá'í Faith by Florence Conway (Australia). Have we really come as far as we thought? How do male role models in the Faith affect us as women? Great reading.

Dreams,

Dreams, Nightmares, and Dreams Again by Angela Szepesi This autobiographical account by this extraordinary lady spans from the early days of World War II as the wife of a diplomat in Portugal, to her later years as a Bahá'í pioneer in Brazil, Martinque, and Canada.

O Be Joyful

O Be Joyful! Soyons heureux! compiled by Ruth Vander Stelt has 192 pages of the words and music for your favourite Bahá'í songs in English, French Arabic...and others. Will link new site when I find out where it is available from at present.


Calendars:

Planning Calendar

Planning Calendar for Spiritual Assemblies and Committees 171 B.E. (2014-2015 C.E.) Since 1993, a calendar/workbook designed to ease the routine work of Spiritual Assemblies and make time for the important work. Countdown for the new for the Five Year Plan incorporated in a beautiful four-colour cover. (Year 170 still available as well)


Books for Children and Youth

Angels At Work

Angels At Work Quotations from the Bahá'í Writings, Colouring Book Illustrated by Carol Paulenko Angels portrayed in an number of activities with traceable texts for young ones to learn.

Aspire to Excellence

Aspire to Excellence by Maboubé Mahler-Hielscher A Bahá'í primer for youth and beginning Bahá'ís. Now available in EPub and Kindle formats.

The Twinkle Patrol

The Twinkle Patrol by Gord Kidd A delightful allegory for children on the importance of working together in service.


Poetry:

Anthems for Earth

Anthems for Earth by Michael Fitzgerald contains 73 folios of truly refreshing and inspirational nine-line poems in Michael's unique style and voice, celebrating the world, its hopes and dreams.

Chronos

Chronos - Poems for the Bahá'í Calendar by Michael Fitzgerald A small collection of poems set to the themes presented by the nineteen months of the Bahá'í calendar, each of which signifies a name or attribute of God.

For The Lord of the Crimson Ark

For The Lord of the Crimson Ark by Ian Kluge. Dynamic no-holds-barred poetry speaking directly to the Bahá'í experience.

God's Whimsy

God's Whimsy by Michael Fitzgerald. These poems are informed by a blend of humanistic and Bahá'í values. In these poems Michael Fitzgerald points to the source of all creation and back to the creation itself.

The Ink of Light

The Ink of Light by Patricia Abram. These poems speak to the mystical, seeing the sacred in the ordinary and opening the eye of perception. The section on "Women Bear Witness to the Light" is an incredible insight to how the manifestations might have appeared to the average person of their time. We read the poem witnessing the Báb on the Martrydom every year. Deceptively powerful poems.

Work Songs

Work Songs --Poems to Celebrate Work by Michael Fitzgerald delights again in this 80 page poetry book dedicated to work as worship in all forms.


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