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Jehovah’s Witnesses Knocking on Doors Again

Jehovah’s Witnesses will resume their trademark door-to-door ministry beginning September 1 when a two-and-half-year suspension of the work is officially lifted, just in time to begin a global campaign featuring a new interactive Bible study program. The decision to resume their door-to-door ministry marks the complete restoration of all pre-pandemic in-person activities for the 1.3 million Jehovah’s Witnesses in the 13,000 congregations in the United States. Houses of worship (called Kingdom Halls) were reopened April 1, witnessing in public places resumed May 31 and in-person conventions are once again being planned for 2023. “I’m elated and can’t wait to go,” said Marva Dyson, who will be heading out to the neighborhood in the coming days. “I’m ready to help those that have lost loved ones, experienced natural disasters and other issues in life. I want to show them in their own copy of the Bible that we are living in historic times!” The suspension of the public ministry was a proactive response by the organization to keep communities and congregants safe. The move was also unprecedented. Jehovah’s Witnesses had been preaching from house to house without interruption for more than 100 years through an economic depression, two world wars and […]

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