Story-Kindling Prayer Station with Andréana Lefton

“Behold, all ye that kindle a fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks: walk in the light of your fire, and in the sparks that ye have kindled…”
~ Judaism / Christianity, Holy Bible, Isaiah 50:11

Kindle the fire of love and burn away all things, Then set thy foot into the land of the lovers.”
~ Bahá’í Faith, Bahá’u’lláh, The Seven Valleys And the Four Valleys, p. 65

Dear friends,
What nurtures your soul? What makes your heart tender? Prayer, music, fellowship, tea poured in peace, homemade banana bread baked with love and shared with a smile? Whatever the answer might be, sharing inspiring stories, music and prayers with friends gets us all closer to the Creator.

Story-Kindling Prayer Station with Andréana Lefton

This Sunday, October 26th, 2014, we invite you and your loves ones to the inaugural Story-Kindling Prayer Station with the talented Andréana Lefton!

Story-Kindling Prayer Station with Andréana Lefton

Story-Kindling Prayer Station with Andréana Lefton

We’ll start at 4 pm with light refreshments followed by Andréana‘s inspiring stories and poetry. Andréana Lefton is a writer of the living stories of untold people, wonderer, and wanderer doing her best for justice, literacy, and creativity:

“Humans will always need storytellers. But I think we need something different as well. We need “story-kindlers”, people who encourage others to share and speak, knowing their stories will be respected and heard.”

We will uplift and refresh our souls with inspiring musical selections and we’ll conclude with tea and cake. We’ll also say prayers for anyone in need, so if you can’t join us and would like to request prayers, please contact me. Please let me know if planning to attend so I can plan the refreshments accordingly.

It promises to be a fascinating event so you should not miss it — please, come along with your friends!

Until then, enjoy the song “Kindle The Fire of Love” performed by a group of youth from Malaysia.

In His Service,


“Let your vision be world-embracing, rather than confined to your own self.”
(From the Writings of Bahá’u’lláh)

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