Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Coming together to support a neighboring cluster

This brief report about a teaching effort in a B-stage cluster in Florida is interesting in a number of ways. It is an example of pledge made at the recent Regional Bahá’í Conferences transformed into action. It also shows how friends from several clusters can come together in unity to assist a neighboring cluster. In this example, the teaching teams followed up with individuals who had previously contacted the Bahá’ís.

I pledged to travel teach in Lee County when I attended the workshop at the conference in Atlanta. On January 10th, I went with 4 other Bahá’ís (which included a recently-declared believer) to Fort Meyers where we met with several friends from various clusters.

We were separated into small groups that each went to visit seekers in one residential area. As a result, there were 2 declarations! One of the seekers my group visited was one of the new believers.

I am so happy that I went to the conference and was able to perform this service.

In His Service,


Local Spiritual Assembly of the Bahá’ís of Coconut Creek, Florida

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