By ADRIAN JAWORT - For The Outpost
Every Sunday afternoon in the apartment of David Hickman his newly wed wife, Crystal Rondeaux-Hickman, they and other volunteers teach children the positive principles of the Baha’i faith during their Baha’i Children’s Class.
The class sizes average around 10 students, and on this Sunday nine children - six boys and three girls aged 5-10 - recite verses called “tablets” together to begin the class. “O God, guide me, protect me, make of me a shining lamp and a brilliant star. Thou art the Mighty and the Powerful. Abdu’l-Bahá,” they say in unison.
Abdu’l-Bahá was one of the originators of the Bahai religion, as was his father, who was known as Báb, or the “Gate” for his vision that sought the combining Continue reading >>> Baha’i building on faith