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Jehovahs Witness Outreach Manchester 2016

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August 13, 2016

  -Matthew 11:28-  Come to me all who are weary and heavy burdened and I will give you rest. Another year gone by for the Jehovahs Witnesses and there district conventions. Being honest, the district conventions where never an enjoyable time, and I dare say if Jehovahs Witnesses are being honest they don’t think most… Read More ›

Review of talk at “Remain loyal to Jehovah” 2016 convention of Jehovahs Witnesses

Those who were baptized as Jehovah’s Witnesses but no longer preach to others, perhaps even drifting away from association with fellow believers, are not shunned. In fact, we reach out to them and try to rekindle their spiritual interest (FAQ on JW Org). A lot of the time the organisation of Jehovahs Witnesses will twist bible verses… Read More ›

A Plea To All EX Jehovah’s Witnesses

So you’ve left the Jehovahs Witnesses behind, you love your family but you have seen the lies of the religion….. Hooray I’m free! You are now left at the crossroads, where do you I go from here in terms of my career? Where do I go and make friends? Should I how celebrate Christmas? Is… Read More ›

What if I want to leave the Jehovah’s Witnesses?

For whatever the reason you have decided to leave a particular faith/religion, is it that simple that you can just leave and carry on with your life without any consequences? For a current Jehovah’s Witness this is a particularly interesting question, and we are going to explore why. To answer this question, let’s firstly look… Read More ›

Beware of the Apostates: Talk Review, From Twickenham Watchtower Convention, by Ray Aldridge.

The talk was given on Saturday 3rd August 2013 by one of the members of the Watchtower Bethel Headquarters in London. He started by making a comparison of Apostasy with food poisoning. “Apostasy is Spiritual food that is provided as truth, which proves to be NOT”. Then he explains this relates also to ones that left… Read More ›