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High Endeavours: Messages to Alaska

  • Author:
  • Various

  • Source:
  • Alaska, 1976 edition
  • Pages:
  • 79
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Pages 29-30

(33) September 16, 1956

(33) September 16, 1956
Teaching Committee for Alaska
Dear Bahá’í Sister:
Your letter of August 8th, enclosing a list of the Bahá’ís who attended the Fairbanks Conference conducted by the Alaska Teaching Committee, as well as a program of the Conference, has been received by the beloved Guardian, and he has instructed me to answer you on his behalf.
He was especially pleased to see that a number of different localities were represented at this gathering.
He hopes the spirit generated there will strengthen the believers in the different areas and encourage them to carry forward the work with even greater energy than before. There is much to be done before the rapidly approaching historic election of their own National Spiritual Assembly. The Guardian feels the members of the Teaching Committee and all the friends are very conscious of this fact, and urges them to leave no stone unturned to gain new believers, and also to do all in their power to assist in the further consolidation of the Faith throughout that important land.
He appreciates the devoted efforts of each one of the friends, and assures them all of his prayers.
With warm Bahá’í greetings,
R. Rabbani
[From the Guardian:]
May the Beloved bless the splendid work now being achieved in Alaska, 30 guide the steps of the valiant friends laboring in that land, and enable them to win memorable victories in the days to come.
Your true brother,