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You can say what you want about that, but I think it's healthy to not feel a need for an organized church to bring you to God.
They invited me to watch an episode of what I guess is a tv program or something of the sorts on their website and I watched an episode from an older man who was talking about how many religions are involved with Scandals of Child Abuse cover up.
So much useful information, I don't even know how you compiled it all.
“I have viewed most of the DVD ‘Answering Questions Your Jehovah’s Witness Friends Ask’ and am very pleased with it.
I was so inspired by some of the Jehovah’s Witnesses who have opened their hearts in knowing who Jesus is.
I've been to a ton of websites concerning JW and cult issues and I've book marked a few good ones, but yours is by far the best.
I'm talking about actual court cases, documents, etc.
that prove Millions and Millions of dollars Jehovah's Witnesses have paid out in Child Abuse cases.
I was taken to the Australia Royal Commission's website and saw what was happening there, have recently seen a report from investigator Trey Bundy, the work of Attorney Irwin Zalkin and what he's dealing with, etc.JESSICA Says: I just recently started to do research on being disfellowship.
Because I feel like I want to worship some where but was feeling guilty about going to church.
They know nothing about my years of prayer, when I believed that God would cure me if only I prayed a little harder, and they have convinced themselves that my homosexuality is an activity, not an identity. Homosexuality is simply a choice, they think, kind of like waking up in the morning and choosing between corn flakes or Lucky Charms. Some Christians believe that I didn't pray hard enough. A couple of years ago, I attended a conference for LGBT ex-Jehovah's Witnesses. Heck, there are even social gatherings for ex-ex-gay Christians -- people who once claimed to have been cured of their sexuality by prayer, and then came to realize differently.
Personally, I like Lucky Charms, but I could just as easily eat corn flakes if I had to. At that conference two years ago, I asked a question during a workshop: How many people had moved on to another religion after leaving the Jehovah's Witnesses?
In 2006, our founder was given the privilege of authoring a brochure entitled, “10 Questions & Answers on Jehovah’s Witnesses” for Rose Publishing and later blessed to co-author with Ron Rhodes, Th.