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Randall Watters

Former Jehovah's Witness and worker at their world headquarters for many years, Randall has been providing counselling and support since 1981. He runs Free Minds incorporated and you can see his web page here.

 

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Larry says " I got involved with the JWs while in the military, gave up the military for the WT, helped with promoting the panic around the events foretold about 1975, loosely hung around 11 years after the "end of the 6000 years", JW wife divorced me because she didn't "love me anymore". Since then I have married a wonderful woman and now have twin two year old daughters to go along with the three "confused" JW raised kids already had and now am just happy as a "fly in the pie" down here in Conyers, GA...."  Larry and his wife are both Christians who have a deep love for those left behind in Jehovah's Witnesses and those who have been burnt by this organization. You can find Larrys home page at Answers to Jehovah's Witnesses (internet archive copy)

 

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Voice: 605-334-5692.

I was raised by parents who were associated Jehovah's Witnesses. I walked away from the group in 1974 at 30 years of age and tried living the life of a believing walkaway for about 18 years and failed miserably. I have had control of my Watchtower recovery since 1992. I am open to talking about my experience. Gary's story can be found here

 

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David is a former Elder of Jehovah's Witnesses. He has published many books to help others, the latest being "Blood on the Alter" which is the confessions of a JW Elder. He and Penni are a lovely couple. See David's homepage here .

 

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JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES, BIBLE-BASED CULTS AND FALSE MEMORY SYNDROME

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Although I have never been in a destructive religious group it has touched my life painfully. My cousin is an elder in the JWs. He has been a "witness" for about 20 years. He will not attend family funerals and has broken his parents hearts. When my grandmother died, who he was very close to, he did not come. When our aunt died recently again he did not come. When his mother was having very serious open heart surgery (she made it) he did not show to comfort his sister. Now another cousin (I have about 35) is involved in a "Charismatic" "church" in Arizona that is linked to False Memory Syndrome counseling. This church is widely shunned by the Chrisitian community. I have been involved in several cases that brush against this group, their counselors and so-called professionals (one is a Ph.D psychologist) who offer "repressed memory work."