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Forced migration calls for faith in action | Bahá’í World News Service (BWNS)

In a stirring display of solidarity and good will, some 300 representatives  of religious communities and civil society organizations gathered for a conference in Madrid on an issue of acute concern—forced migration. The event was held at the Iglesia de Jesus Church in Madrid on 20 June 2017, the International Day for Refugees.

Source: Forced migration calls for faith in action | Bahá’í World News Service (BWNS)

Video seeks to bring sacred words to masses | Bahá’í World News Service (BWNS)

MELBOURNE, Australia — Released last Friday, a new music video features Australian popular singer and performer Nathaniel Willemse singing a prayer by Baha’u’llah.

The song, titled “Power Over All Things,” was composed this year in honor of the two hundred year anniversary of the birth of Baha’u’llah, which is being commemorated in October. Inspired by the hopeful vision in the Baha’i writings, the song is one of countless musical expressions unfolding across the planet in this momentous year, ranging from grassroots initiatives to national and international projects undertaken by professional artists.

Source: Video seeks to bring sacred words to masses | Bahá’í World News Service (BWNS)

This Year Baha’is Will Celebrate Bicentennial of Twin Holy Birthdays – World Religion News

BAHA’I FAITH BICENTENNIAL BIRTHS OF THE BAB AND BAHA’U’LLAH OCTOBER 2017

The world’s Baha’i community is gearing up to celebrate the twin-celebration of their Holy Days – the Birth of the Bab and the Birth of Baha’u’llah. One of the world’s most recent religions, the Baha’is are today present in every continent, and have some of the world’s most beautiful houses of worship, such as the Lotus Temple in Delhi (one of the most visited buildings in the world) and the new House of Worship in Chile.

Source: This Year Baha’is Will Celebrate Bicentennial of Twin Holy Birthdays – World Religion News

Do You Know Why the Baha’i Faith Do Not Have Clergy? – World Religion News

THE BAHA’IS BELIEVE IN TOTAL EQUALITY AND HAVE NO NEED FOR AN INTERMEDIARY BETWEEN THEMSELVES AND GOD.

The Baha’i Faith is one of the newest entrants in the spiritual world. However, the roots of this faith lie in the old Abrahamic religions. The Baha’is believe that their Faith was revealed as series of messages, proclaimed at different times by different messengers beginning with Abraham, followed by Moses, Jesus and Muhammad. The Baha’is in Eastern countries like India also believe that deities such as Krishna and Buddha too are messengers of the Baha’i faith.

Source: Do You Know Why the Baha’i Faith Do Not Have Clergy? – World Religion News