|Inspiring biographical sketches of nine early Western believers, who were all eulogized, after their passing, by Shoghi Effendi together in a single message, as a "distinguished band of co-workers".
Ella Bailey, Dorothy Baker, Hyde Dunn, Lua Getsinger, Marion Jack, Susan Moody, Keith Ransom-Kehler and Martha Root were shining examples of the magnificent pioneering services that the early Western Bahá'í community rendered during the crucial years of the formative era of the Faith. Their stories testify to the eagerness of their love for the Cause of God - each embodied a love which does not wait.
By: Janet Ruhe-Schoen
Palabra Publications, USA
22 x 14 cm