Wednesday, December 16, 2009

On Rainn Wilson in Nicaragua: Baha'i pioneer at age 4

We all know from the Oprah interview that Rainn Wilson was a security guard at the Baha'i House of Worship north of Chicago in 1984. Did you know that he was a Baha'i pioneer in Nicaragua when he was 4? -gw  

From: Northwest BahaiLibrary
Date: Wed, Dec 16, 2009 at 8:40 PM
Subject: Rainn Wilson Baha'i pioneer at age 4
Here's an old photo of Rainn Wilson, age 4, when he and his parents were Baha'i pioneers in Bluefields, Nicaragua, August 1970 with two other American Baha'is.  Pictured left to right is step-mother Kristin Wilson, Michael Dunlap,  father Robert G. Wilson, and Steven McKinstry.

From the Northwest Baha'i Library photo collection

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1 comment:

edgar hodgson said...

very interesting ,i am a native of bluefields,i was always intrigued about the history of the bahai people in bluefields,and where did the religion and its beliefs came from,now i know,and my next trip to bluefields will surely include a visit to the bahai temple.