Our 1,000 Facebook Fans Giveaway!

Baha’i Blog now has 1,000 fans on Facebook! We’d like to thank our amazing readers for their support and so we’re celebrating this milestone with some awesome music give-aways.

The Facebook Page is a great way to keep up-to-date with the latest Baha’i Blog posts. In addition, we also link to news articles, events and other happenings of interest to Baha’is around the world at least once every 24 hours!

All you have to do is “Like” the page to receive all our updates!

And if you’re not a Facebook user, just sign up to our mailing list and you’ll receive an email every time we post a new Baha’i Blog article. It’s that simple!

 

Want to win four awesome Baha’i CDs? Keep reading…

All you have to do to be in the running for the giveaway is:

Tell us what you like about Baha’i Blog and would like to see more of. You can list as many things as you like or even just tell us if you have a favourite post!

The four CD’s that you stand to win are:

1. ANDY GRAMMER – The World Is Yours

Andy Grammer has been making waves in the mainstream music industry with his self-titled debut album and his hit song “Keep Your Head Up”. This 5 track EP is an earlier work of Andy’s and can be hard to find.

 

 

2. LUKE SLOTT – Create In Me A Pure Heart

Luke Slott’s devotional album, “Create In Me A Pure Heart” is a wonderful example of what happens when you combine the profundity of the Baha’i Writings with beautiful melodies. (Check out Baha’i Blog’s interview with Luke about this album and his other work!)

 

 

3. TAHEREH – Heart To Heart

When the call came for Baha’is to help raise money for the Baha’i House of Worship in Chile, Tahereh Etehad decided to do her part and put her vocal talents and musical abilities to good use by creating this album and contributing all the proceeds to the Chile Temple Fund. (Check our Baha’i Blog’s interview with Tahereh about this beautiful album!)

 

4. MANA – The Twin Manifestations

What began as a Ruhi study circle of Pacific Islanders in Sydney, Australia resulted in a service project and some amazing music which has become a great tool for study circles all over the world. Their fourth album The Twin Manifestations is based on the quotes found in Ruhi Book 4: The Twin Manifestations and is infused with the group’s Pacific roots.

 

Four amazing CDs! All you have to do is let us know in the comments section below what you like about Baha’i Blog, and you could win them all. So go ahead and add a comment!

 

About the Author

Naysan is the editor of Baha'i Blog and he has worked in various avenues of media for more than a decade and he’s passionate about using the arts and media to support and explore the teachings of the Baha’i Faith. He has produced and collaborated on popular music projects like the DawnBreaker Collective and the successful Ruhi-inspired sequence of MANA albums. His experience as a producer for CNN was invaluable working on a number of special projects for the Baha’i World Centre, including the Building Momentum and Pilgrimage: A Sacred Experience videos. If there’s a media-related Baha’i project out there, chances are that Naysan was involved with it somehow!

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Discussion 32 Comments

  1. I love how Baha’i blog gives real and honest commentary on applying and integrating the faith into all aspects of our lives! Keep it up :)

  2. I think the Baha’i Blog is an amazing resource for anyone interested in the latest developments within the Baha’i Community. I love the clean and intuitive layout, the interviews with artists as well as the trivia quizzes. I really enjoyed the Designing the Faith series and the tech posts (e.g. 5 Baha’i iPhone apps) and I’d really like to see more in future.

    All in all, great job! Keep it up.

    1. Great feedback, Mbuso! We’ll definitely try to have more of those type of posts in the future. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 18 Oct so stay tuned!

  3. Well, I don’t know Baha’i Blog for so long yet. But I totally agree with what Mbuso Radebe said before me. I just wanted to add that I really love it that you do not stick to theorie only, but you talk about the live of every day. The article about the obligatory prayer for example gives very useful and absolutely practical advices. Those kind of things can really help somebody to progress. Thanks. Loving greetings . Janet

  4. Baha’i Blog gives us all an extra opportunity to feel connected !
    Thanks a lot ! <3 Interesting interviews, insights in music & blogs.
    Love it all !!!

  5. Baha’i Blog is an indespensible vehicle for all Baha’is whatever age or nationality to keep in touch with developments and to comment.It often gives me a heads up on whats out there.Thanks guys.Aidan

  6. I love Baha’i Blog – it fits every age, and connects us all when we sign-in and then tell others about what we have read. Great Blog! I’m glad I found you. Thanks, Jean

    1. Thanks, Jean, not just for reading and supporting, but for sharing with your friends! We really appreciate it! The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 18 Oct so stay tuned!

  7. I have found the Baha’i Blog extremely helpful in clarifying questions I’ve had, a good resource for what is happening in the world-wide Baha’i community and particularly hearing about other people’s experiencing. It is well written, easy to navigate and the topics are timely and of interest.
    Keep up the good work.

  8. I love that Baha’i blog is always in the forefront of everything!!! I hear about worldwide Baha’i news + events here, hear the best songs here and feel connected to 1000′s across the planet! Thank you and keep up the great work!

    1. Thanks for the feedback, Shirin! So good to hear that the blog makes you feel connected to others around the world – that’s definitely part of what we aim to do! The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 18 Oct so stay tuned!

  9. When I first discovered this blog, I spent ages just going through all the posts. I love all the posts, but the one’s I love most are the ones relating the Bahai Faith to our everyday lives. Pretty much all of the posts that have someone’s personal opinions about Bahai concepts, prayers, writings, etc are great! Also, as Anne mentioned, the website is so visually beautiful! It makes me happy to spend hours on here.

  10. I’m a big fan of Baha’i Blog. A simple and well thought out Blog that is regularly updated and is interactive allowing everyone access to interesting topics and insightful stories from around the world. Im sure it will only grow and expand over the years.

    1. Thanks so much, Nima! We too hope that Baha’i Blog, as well as the world of Baha’i blogging in general, will just continue to grow and become more exciting over the years. The winner will be announced on Tuesday, 18 Oct so stay tuned!

  11. I only recently found Baha’i Blog when I went looking for a blog of interest to Baha’is with an international perspective. I have found myself coming back since the blog is well done and is what I was looking for. Having done some blogging I know that a lot of work has gone in to it!! Good content and good site too. Well done. Keep the international angle!

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