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AJWRB is a diverse group of Witnesses from over 25 countries, including elders, organization officials, doctors and members of the public. All have volunteered their time and energies in an effort to bring about an end to a tragic and misguided policy that has claimed thousands of lives, many of them children.
The purpose of this board is to provide a common ground for discussion among Jehovah's Witnesses and former members who have specific questions and concerns about the Biblical teachings of the Watchtower religion. NOTE: Although differing views are welcome for discussion, specifically as it relates to Watchtower teachings and interpretation, this board is not a platform for preaching alternative religious doctrine or for in-depth discussion of social or political issues, except as such relate to the teachings of Jehovah's Witnesses.
We were Jehovah's Witnesses, but today are spirit-filled, Born-again Christians. Our goal of the Club is to provide a safe place for Ex-Jehovah's Witnesses, who still embrace the moral values which the Bible sets, to meet.
This discussion group offers evangelicals and Jehovah's Witnesses an opportunity for respectful, intelligent discussion of their theological differences. The list is moderated by Robert Bowman
This group, was created to meet new friends as well as find long lost old friends in the state of California for ex JW's. We all understand how alone you can feel when you leave the Watchtower Organization and it is very important that you have help and support. I was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses from 1972-1980 and also "pioneered" for a few of those years. I remember feeling very alone after leaving the Watchtower. I became an Evangelical Christian in 1982, however I do welcome others who may have a different world view. Stan was a JW for over 22 years but is now a Christian. He was raised in the "truth" (as we used to call it) but left at the age of 18. He later returned to the WT and was baptized in 1989; however that same year was disassociated by formal letter from the WTBTS. Stan has been active in helping individuals become educated about the WT Society as well as the (LDS) Mormon Church since 1990.
This site was made for Ex JW kids and teens who have left the Watchtower Organization. [...] Your moderator's parents are former Jehovah's Witnesses who are now Christians. Our names are Bryan and Brittany and we are also Christians.
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