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An absent father, a distraught mother who said she “regretted” the day she was born, disfellowshiped, Pam felt alone and that even God had rejected her!
No one seemed to care, and what’s worse, Armageddon was due to come in 1975.
The Watchtower theology of living forever on earth was most appealing to Jason.
He and his wife Jenny were baptized as Jehovah’s Witnesses in 1994 and proceeded to raise their four children in the strict treadmill of Watchtower activity.
Her “Hurting to Healing” broadcast on Blogtalk’s Healing X Outreach channel offers hope to those going through the process of leaving Jehovah’s Witnesses and reaching loved-ones still involved in this religion.
Born and raised Jehovah’s Witness, Stephen was tired of being “different” from the rest of the kids at school.
She left because she was looking for the REAL Jesus.
Born and raised Jehovah’s Witness for 42 years, she experienced first-hand the hypocrisy that exists in the legalistic environment of the Watchtower organization.
As a convert to Jehovah’s Witnesses, Julie believed she had found “the Truth,” but when she was mocked for reporting a “wolf” in sheep’s clothing in the congregation and told that “those verses” about wolves were “only for first century” Christians, not for Jehovah’s Organization today, she knew something was desperately wrong!
At that instance when Julie saw the way elders are trained to cover-up their failures to make the organization look good, her faith in the Society was broken.