He would also urge you to attach no importance to the stories told about ‘Abdu’l-Bahá or to those attributed to Him by the Friends. These should be regarded in the same light as the notes and impressions of visiting pilgrims. They need not be suppressed, but they also should not be given prominence or official recognition.

Shoghi Effendi, Principles of Bahá’í Administration, p. 33

What you could do, and should do, is to use your stories to become a source of inspiration and guidance for those who read them. With such a means at your disposal you can spread the spirit and teachings of the Cause you can show the evils that exist in society, as well as the way they can be remedied.

Shoghi Effendi, Lights of Guidance, p. 103

With 'the Dawn- Breakers' in your possession you could also arrange interesting stories about the early days of the Movement which the children would like to hear. There are also stories about the life of Christ, Muhammad and the other Prophets which if told to the children will break down any religious prejudice they may have learned from older people of little understanding.

Shoghi Effendi, Lights of Guidance, p. 150

The Universal House of Justice has considered your letter of 6 December 1979 concerning the novel you are writing involving a romantic relationship and asking whether you should continue this project in light of the advice of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá that curricula of schools should avoid tales of love. We have been asked to say that what should be avoided are stories that arouse the passions.

Universal House of Justice, The Compilation of Compilations vol II, p. 413

Furthermore, it is important that Local Assemblies share with the local friends stories of successes achieved by some of them, descriptions of effective presentations found useful by them, examples of various ways that a Bahá’í subject could be introduced to inquirers, or illustrations of methods which would enable the believer to relate the needs of society to our teachings. Such information and suggestions could be offered to the friends at Nineteen Day Feasts, through a local newsletter, or by any other means open to each Local Assembly.

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Relate to My beloved the stories of the Servant, of that which Thou hast learned and heard; then deliver to them what We have delivered to thee; verily, thy God will strengthen thee at all times, and He is thy guard.

Compilations, Bahá’í Scriptures, p. 93