Why did Jehovah’s Witnesses recently organize a worldwide letter writing campaign due to the persecution in Russia and not for other countries where there is also persecution?By Guest Indiana
Question: Why did Jehovah’s Witnesses recently organize a worldwide letter writing campaign due to the persecution in Russia and not for other countries where there is also persecution?
By Guest Indiana
I read this question at another site, it is interesting to me since as far as I know in Spanish we don't use that phrase:
JWs don't say, "I am a Jehovah's Witness."
Instead, they say, "I am one of Jehovah's Witnesses."
What does the second way of saying it convey that the first does not?
In other words, why does the organization prefer the second formulation?
This isn't a teaser.
I really don't know the answer.
By Guest Nicole
Is not that equivalent to boast about the "many" hours you dedicate preaching about God over others who have not the same agenda?
By Jack Ryan
I see Black Friday witnessing is now a thing... and more appropriate for true Christians who aren't out showing materialistic greed.
How can I get comments for watchtower study’s pictures ?
By Guest Nicole
Are Jehovah's Witnesses allowed to vote?
By James Thomas Rook Jr.
Why doesn't the Society translate and provide the Russian Court Transcripts for us?
Since somewhere around 5.5 million Brothers spent somewhere around 20 million hours writing letters to the officials of the Russian Federation mailing an average of somewhere around 4 letters each at an international postage rate of perhaps 80 MILLION DOLLARS, total ... why has the WTB&TS not translated FOR THE BROTHERHOOD, translations of the Russian REAL transcripts, so we will know exactly what is going on?
You would think that for 80 or so MILLION DOLLARS, some usable hard data would be forthcoming, from people that reportedly are the world's best translators !!
This affects the Brotherhood worldwide, as well as being banned in the Russian Federation .... I sure hope this is not a repeat of the Haiti Relief Fiasco, where the news was so onerous, the WTB&TS Relief efforts intertwined with the United Nations, and the Red Cross that the news of what really happened throughout the relief effort could not be published on the Society's "News" portion of the web site.
Why doesn't the Society translate and provide the Russian Court Transcripts for us?.
... and the WORLD at large!
.That is hard news EVERYBODY can use!
By Guest Nicole
Are JWs allowed to get this treatment?
"Platelet-rich plasma (PRP), also known as autologous conditioned plasma, is a concentrate of platelet-rich plasma protein derived from whole blood, centrifuged to remove red blood cells."
For example to reduce wrinkles on the face
By Guest Nicole
I make a lot of the gifts I give, and often they’re small. So when I found this punch board that lets you make scrapbook paper DIY gift boxes, I knew I would use it a lot! Not only does it work great for small gifts, it’s also perfect for making up favor boxes for your party or DIY wedding. I’m going to show you today how quickly you can punch and fold a gift box, and give you an idea for how to dress it up to make it wedding-worthy, or to make that gift to your friend extra-special.
Supplies needed to make your own rustic DIY gift boxes:
We R Memory Keepers Gift Box Punch Board
2.5 inch Wide Burlap Ribbon (About 12 inches)
Hemp or Jute Twine (About 30 inches)
Scrapbook Paper – one sheet for each box (I used white 8×8 sheets for this project, but you can use any size between 6×6 and 12×12)
Floral Accents (Optional. I used Petaloo Chantilly adhesive blossoms, but you can use anything to match your color theme!)
The supplies for these DIY gift boxes go a long way, which makes them a great choice for making up several for your wedding or party. The box size I made is 3.25 inches x 3.25 inches x 1.75 inches, but the punch gives instructions for making short, tall, or square boxes using any size paper 6×6 inches to 12×12 inches. Choosing a different size will mean you need more or less burlap and twine, but you can plan on these supplies making about 30 boxes – and less than 40 cents each, before you add the embellishment that matches your theme. The idea I’ll be showing you today comes out to $1 each.
The great part, too, is how quickly they make up. Especially if you get a few friends together, punching and assembling, you can make up these DIY gift boxes in just a couple of minutes! In fact – I’m sharing a video how the punch board works, so that you can see how quickly they come together.
You can see how in just a few minutes, you can make up something shabby chic, elegant, or colorful – and customize them any way that suits your party theme!