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What happens to a Jehovah Witnesses standing if he/she cannot go out to witness for an extended period due to medical reason?

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Brothers or sisters may write letters ,make phone calls or some form of correspondence to preach

 

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Yes, we have the technology to use, FaceTime, skype, email messaging. We disabled can get creative.

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If a publisher does not report time for 6 consecutive months, he falls into the category of "inactive". If he misses reporting his service time less than 6 consecutive months, he or she is considered "irregular".

There is a provision for elderly ones to report increments of 15 min a month.

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