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    "Shepherd the Flock of God"
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    The cover of "Shepherd the Flock of God".
    Author(s)
    Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
    Country
    United States
    Language
    Multiple
    Publisher
    Watchtower Bible and Tract Society
    Publication date
    2010
    Media type
    Print
    Pages
    142
    Book Analysis
    Chapter 1: Shepherd the Flock of God
    Chapter 2: How Elders Work Together as a Body
    Chapter 3: Appointment and Deletion of Elders and Ministerial Servants
    Chapter 4: Assisting Those Who Are Weak
    Chapter 5: Determining Whether a Judicial Committee Should Be Formed
    Chapter 6: Preparing for the Judicial Hearing
    Chapter 7: Judicial Hearing Procedure
    Chapter 8: Appeal Hearing Procedure
    Chapter 9: Implications of Disassociation
    Chapter 10: Matters Related to Disfellowshipped and Disassociated Ones
    Chapter 11: Reinstatement Committee Procedure
    Chapter 12: Clarifications and Guidelines on Handling Certain Matters
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    Millions Now Living Will Never Die - J.F. Rutherford {1920_Millions Now Living Will Never Die (J.F.Rutherford).pdf}
    Joseph Franklin Rutherford.
    List of Watch Tower Publications by Year Published
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Friday, January 26

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    Video made by the Society in 1966 called "Heritage" and all about Young Ones, and how to have a better life serving Jehovah.
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Saturday, January 20

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Friday, January 19

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    Hi Kurt. Nice music... but exactly HOW is this related to JW's? WorldNewsMedia May 6, 2013
    Maybe I need to set up a Music section within the wiki?
    Hi brother: Kent Morelli was our brother:
    http://theworldnewsmedia.org/Would+You+Like+to+Live+FOREVER
    Kent Morrill's memorial Saturday April 23,2011. The brother that wrote and sings this song. He served Jehovah faithfully for 41 years. Outstanding and impressive that although a famous muscian gave all praise to Jehovah in his own memorial talk given by a close friend. On his memorial program he had listed Ecclesiastes 12:13
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    Thanks for clearing that up Kurt. Interesting. WorldNewsMedia May 8, 2013
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    Jehovah's Witnesses walk the walk, inviting guests to 3-day convention in Jacksonville
    Posted: May 24, 2012 - 8:33pm | Updated: May 25, 2012 - 5:35amJView this story on the All-Access Members site
    {http://jacksonville.com/sites/all/themes/whitelabel/images/blank.gif} Back Photo: 1 of 2 {http://jacksonville.com/sites/all/themes/whitelabel/images/blank.gif} {http://jacksonville.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/story_slideshow_thumb/JehovahWitness.jpg} BOB SELF/The Times-UnionThea Johnson holds a copy of the invitation she and her husband, Ralph, were handing out to residents of the Ortega Bluff neighborhood off Collins Road Wednesday afternoon. The public is invited to attend any session of the Jehovah’s Witness convention today through Sunday.
    About the conference
    From mid-May through mid-September, Jehovah's Witnesses will hold 385 conventions in 103 cities throughout the United States. The convention theme "Safeguard Your Heart" focuses on the Bible's references to the figurative heart. Jehovah's Witnesses believe that the figurative heart needs protection if one is to have a good relationship with God and lasting happiness in life.
    The public is invited to attend any session or the entire program today through Sunday at Veterans Memorial Arena. The morning sessions will begin at 9:20 each day. Today, the afternoon session will begin at 1:50. On Saturday, the afternoon session will begin at 1:35, and on Sunday the afternoon session begins at 1:25.
    About the religion
    Jehovah's Witness is a religious denomination founded in the United States during the late 19th century in which active evangelism is practiced, the imminent approach of the millennium is preached, and war and organized governmental authority in matters of conscience are strongly opposed. Christmas is not celebrated because Christmas and its observances are not mentioned in the Bible, and members will not say the Pledge of Allegiance or donate blood.
    By Larry Hannan
    No one was home at the first door Ralph and Teah Johnson knocked at on Broadgate Court in the Ortega Bluff neighborhood.
    The second door produced a barking dog, but no people. The third door finally produced a man who looked like he'd just woken up from a long nap.
    "He was nice and we told him about the convention this weekend," said Teah Johnson after walking down the street. "We said we hoped to see him there."
    The Johnsons were spreading the word about the 2012 Jehovah's Witness "Safeguard Your Heart" district convention that is starting today at Veterans Memorial Arena. The three-day event will be attended by about 11,000 people of the Jehovah's Witness faith, and people who don't practice the religion are also welcome to attend.
    There is no admission fee. People from Savannah to Palm Coast will be attending the event, with about 70 congregations coming.
    There are about 6,000 Jehovah's Witnesses in the Jacksonville area, said spokesman Frank Woodcock.
    Like most members of the Jehovah's Witness Faith, walking door-to-door is nothing new to the Johnsons. Talking about their faith to strangers is an essential part of what they do.
    And the Johnsons say on most days people are very polite.
    "If someone says something mean, it does hurt," Ralph Johnson said. "But that doesn't happen very often."
    And when it does happen he reminds himself that he's a messenger of God, and it's not his responsibility to please the person receiving the message, Johnson said.
    "If someone doesn't want to here what we have to say we move on," he said.
    But Mark McCumber, a local Jehovah's Witness who's known to most people as a professional golfer who won the 1988 Players Championship, said the biggest challenge isn't unfriendly people so much as it's people being too busy to talk.
    "We're here to help people build better families and a better relationship with God," he said. "But nowadays it's a challenge to find the time to talk."
    Jehovah's Witnesses, who have been around since the 19th century, are probably most well known for their door-to-door evangelism, refusing military service, not celebrating Christmas and declining to say the pledge of allegiance.
    But McCumber said their religion is more than that.
    "We're all loyal citizens," he said. "Except when it conflicts with our beliefs."
    Julie Ingersoll, professor of religious studies at the University of North Florida, said evangelizing is a much higher priority to Jehovah's Witnesses compared to other religions.
    "You have to remember that the word 'witness' is right in their name," Ingersoll said.
    While other religions like Mormonism and Scientology have fought for acceptance, and pushed hard against suggestions they are weird, or a cult, Jehovah's Witnesses have never really sought acceptance.
    http://jacksonville.com/news/metro/2012-05-24/story/jehovahs-witnesses-walk-walk-inviting-guests-3-day-convention
    Mark McCumber is a professional golfer. He is an active, baptized Jehovah's Witness who attends congregational meetings and engages in field service.
    http://www.adherents.com/people/pm/Mark_McCumber.html
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Monday, January 1

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