KWATI A WƆKWATI SƐ WƆBƐKWATI

KWATI A WƆKWATI SƐ WƆBƐKWATI

Nansa nhyiamu a wato din “Di Yehowa Nokware Daa” bi kɔɔ so wɔ Ghana August 12 – 14, 2016. Yehowa Dansefoɔ bi deɛ ɛnyɛ ‘honhom fam aduane’ no nti na na wɔwɔ hɔ. Ɔkɔɔ hɔ … Read More →


Literature Litter - Martin John Gaugh

Literature Litter

I was born in 1977.  I am a fifth generation Jehovah’s Witness on my mother’s side. I’m a third generation on my father’s side.  This doesn’t include overlapping generations! My great grandma’s uncle was of the “Anointed”. … Read More →


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Waking Up Ghana

Waking Up Ghana is one Ghanaian elder’s story of escaping the cult of Jehovah’s Witnesses. He provides an insightful look into the Jehovah’s Witnesses judicial system. He highlights its flaws and weaknesses. He gives reader’s an understanding of how such a fallacious system lays the groundwork for exposing the religion for what it truly is. Read More →


Shunning the Shunning

Shunning the Shunning

A 3 Day “Remain Loyal to Jehovah” Regional Convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses took place in Ghana over the weekend of August 12 – 14th 2016. One Jehovah’s Witness who attended that convention, was not there to be “spiritually nourished”. … Read More →


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Forced Worship

This is a letter, Jason Wade* wrote to his father shortly after being told by his dad that he would never speak to him again unless he would Return to Jehovah. No one should be forced … Read More →


The Anointed Covert Apostate

The Anointed Covert Apostate

Apostates are persons Jehovah’s Witnesses believe are ones who abandon or desert worship and service of God. They believe apostasy includes those who believe in God but reject Watch Tower Bible & Tract Society / JW.org as being’s “God’s Organization”.   … Read More →


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Deaf, Abused & Shunned

This is the true story of Jayne Foreman. She is a deaf woman who was one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. From the age of 8, I was brought up as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses. Back then, I … Read More →