They arrive in caravans, bringing Tupperware, coolers, blankets and, most importantly, their Bibles.Here they can pray among peers, feeling a sense of community instead of isolation. I would think: Okay, those things are wrong, but I don’t even know what those wrong things are.Wifely dues were something the husband wanted but the wife didn’t particularly like.I want to know if we can still date if I become a Jehovah’s Witness with the purpose of continuing our dating relationship or will that pose a problem?I want to be with her more than anything and that’s why I am asking for your help.
It's a blow to the parents but the enthusiasm of their younger children compensates for the one son's lack of faith. family has traveled to Germany's Ruhr region for what many Jehovah's Witnesses consider the high point of the year.If she is not a devout Jehovah’s Witness, can she walk away from this religion?Will she still have her parents if she leaves on her own or will that be worse then being disfellowshipped (excommunicated)? I know that is not the right thing to do, but she loves me and I love her. Therefore, one must recognize that the main rule of Jehovah’s Witnesses is to believe everything that is presented to them by their Governing Body, even if such beliefs were changed from past understanding, or even if such believes will change with future understanding. You should live with fellow Jehovah’s Witnesses only. These rules govern each and every member of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Other rules are specific to the beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The beliefs of Jehovah’s Witnesses must be accepted and followed by each and every member. If any Jehovah’s Witness is deemed to be an apostate, she or he will be disfellowshipped. Such rules would not adversely affect a member if she or he were to break them. Considering that Jehovah’s Witnesses have so many rules, one would do well to consider when reviewing them.