Elizabeth Laws, known as Mother of Love, with local people in Lesotho. They arrived on 13 October 1953, just three days before the end of the Holy Year at the beginning of a ten-year plan to take the Baha'i teachings around the world.

For their services, they each received the accolade, Knight of Baha'u'llah, from Shoghi Effendi.

Elizabeth Laws, known as Mother of Love, with local people in Lesotho. They arrived on 13 October 1953, just three days before the end of the Holy Year at the beginning of a ten-year plan to take the Baha'i teachings around the world. For their services, they each received the accolade, Knight of Baha'u'llah, from Shoghi Effendi.