Saturday, February 24, 2007

"The Lord's Prayer"

Listen to "The Lord's Prayer" Performed by Helen Otia!!! This song is from her first ever album "A love from Mount Carmel", By Aunty Helen. The album was released in 2006 and has 10 tracks and is availble for sale upon request.


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Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Tragic news....a loved one is lost

It is with heavy hearts that the passing of Mme. Juliene Behalal is announced. This handmaiden of the Cause had been ill for a while and had been in France for treatment. News of her passing came on the 19th February.

We extend our hearfelt condolences to the family and request payers on her behalf as she journeys through the Beauty of the Abha Kingdom.

Monday, February 19, 2007

The construction project of the Information Centre in Limbe is moving along smoothly, with the roofing completed and the work is now focused on finishing the building.

Here is a summary account of the project:

Compensation received from the Government. = 9,980,800 CFA.
Bank interest. = 189,000 CFA.
Contribution from Limbe community. = 439,494 CFA.
TOTAL INCOME = 10,609,294 CFA.

TOTAL EXPENSE =10,173,370 CFA.


To complete the project, there is a need for an additional sum of 3,341,000 CFA (This does not include SONEL and SNEC meters as the amount is not yet known). Also furniture for the building is not included.

Sunday, February 11, 2007

Baha'i Representative meets with SW Governor's Wife

The Baha'i community was invited by the wife of the Governor of the South West Province and was represented Mrs. Fariba Frooghi. Several Groups were invited as the Province's first lady was recieving greetings after recovering from illness.

Here, Mrs. Frooghi (left) is seen with the Governor's wife (Centre) and the Provincal Delegate for Women's affairs (right)

Monday, February 5, 2007

5th Cycle of growth in the Yaounde-Soa Cluster

The cluster reflection meeting for the Yaounde-Soa cluster took place on January 7th, with 61 participants. The reflection meeting served to consult on the successes and challenges faced during the 5th cycle of growth as well as to discuss strategies to unlock the massive potentials of the cluster. The reflection was graced with the guidance of Counsellor Tiati a Zock

The 5th cycle of growth had been launched in September with the intensive teaching phase lasting two weeks followed by three months of consolidation. It was noted that the participation during the intensive phase was lower than usual. However, more than 50 firesides were held in 9 locations and 21 home visits were made to over 17 seekers and 4 newly declared Baha'is.

One of the accomplishments of the consolidation phase was restarting children's classes and juniour youth clubs that had stopped over the holidays. The statistics at the end of the cycle stood as follows:

Study Circles : 25
30 Baha’is and 51 seekers

Juniour Youth clubs : 7
10 Baha’is and 110 seekers

Children classes : 29
31 Baha’is and 160 seekers

Devotional gatherings : 8
28 Baha’is and 14 seekers

The next reflection meeting was slated for 18th April 2007