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Chris7

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About Chris7

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Personal Details

  • Gender
    Brother
  • First Name
    Chris
  • Relationship Status
    Married
  • Displayed Location
    UK
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  • Baptized
    Yes

How I Found the Truth

  • How I found the Truth
    Two sisters contacted my wife in the door to door ministry, after some time we had a Bible study in the Knowledge book.

My Hobbies & Interests

  • My Interests
    Bible prophesy, in particular the Gentile Times. Also, walking and enjoying Jehovah's awesome creation.
  • My favorite books
    The Bible

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  1. Well done Darin, now you plan your activities accordingly. Remember to share some of your blessings and wonderful experiences with us.
  2. Indeed. One thing I discovered (using Skyscanner) is to fly on a Tuesday (instead of Monday or Saturday for example) for some reason it can make a difference. Also, try “Any” airport in Athens or Greece instead of selecting the central airport (for example). Prices can vary a lot by playing with dates/airports/airlines.
  3. I think this is the link... https://download-a.akamaihd.net/files/media_periodical/04/jwb_E_201811_09_r240P.mp4 Have prayer and tissues ready.
  4. Thanks for sharing. We look forward to the further report to be Broadcast on the 12th!
  5. On Thursday, November 1, 2018, South Korea's Supreme Court decided in a 9-4 decision that conscientious objection does not constitute a crime. Religious conscience is now considered “justifiable grounds” for refraining from military enlistment. This landmark decision by South Korea’s highest court lays the groundwork for issuing not guilty verdicts for the over 900 brothers with cases pending in all levels of Korea's court system. Earlier in the year, the Constitutional Court of Korea ruled that there must be a provision for conscientious objectors to have alternative service options by December 2019. We rejoice and praise Jehovah for this historic decision.
  6. Indeed, I think July starts tomorrow and August starts in the middle of November, and the New World starts....🕚..😂
  7. Congratulations Cynthia, and welcome to the forum. I hope you get to visit the Branch in Portugal during your visit.
  8. Yes I believe you will get an email notification. I have heard that all successful applicants should expect to be notified by the end of November. 😁 It seems there is a schedule for releasing the notifications in date order, I understand for example: June/July Conventions you should hear by Mid-November, and for August and later Conventions you will hear by End-November, something like that. So not long to wait now.
  9. Nice to see the list in date order, so this looks like the compete list so far... July 19th is the mid-point. Atlanta, Georgia May 17 Miami Spanish May 24 Mexico 7th June Berlin, Germany 14th June Ecuador 14th June Lisbon, Portugal 28th June Miami English 5th July Athens, Greece 5th July Brazil, July 12 Houston, Texas (English) July 12 Toronto, Canada, July 19, (Tentative) Copenhagen, Denmark, July 19 Madrid, Spain, July 19 Netherlands, August 2 Paris, France, August 2 Phoenix, Arizona August 9 Poland, August 9 St. Louis, Missouri, August 16 Houston, Texas (Spanish) August 23 South Africa, September 6 South Korea, September 13 Manilla, Philippines, November 1 Melbourne, Australia November 22 Argentina, December 13 (Tentative)
  10. Indeed, I heard today of 2 applications for Atlanta have received their choice. I heard (not fact yet) that by November many will have heard about their applications.
  11. Only 18 to go to reach a 1000. Looks likely to reach that number before we see the AGM broadcast, if im wrong “a thousand apologies”😂
  12. Check http://translate.google.co.uk/translate?hl=&sl=ru&tl=en&u=https://jw-russia.org&authuser=1 On October 9, 2018, in the city of Kirov, during a search of the house of retired Vladimir Bogomolov, collecting artifacts from the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945), investigators seized fragments of knowingly incapable rusted shells. The man was searched because his 69-year-old spouse (the only one of her entire family) professes the religion of Jehovah's Witnesses. A woman does not share her husband's fascination with antiques. Thus, the report that the ammunition was seized allegedly from Jehovah's Witnesses is not true. Jehovah's Witnesses do not take weapons for conscience reasons. For this position they appeared before tribunals of different countries and went to concentration camps. They will be grateful to the media for clarifying the misunderstanding .
  13. Now available for download including full Bible Reading Schedule for 2019 😀 Next year we will cover from Romans to Revelation https://www.jw.org/finder?wtlocale=E&pub=es19&srcid=share
  14. Yes, I counted 104 so far, no English yet.
  15. 2 Languages now available, another 600 approximately to go.(608 on JWL) If its these are being produced from the least spoken to the most spoken, then Patiently does it.
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