Jehovah’s Witnesses participated in a special campaign to share their Bible-based hope of living on a pollution-free planet.
Jehovah’s Witnesses share the Bible’s message in several aboriginal languages to help individuals learn about the Creator in their mother tongue.
At the 2015 “Gateway to Nations” event, many were impressed by the Witnesses’ display that featured publications in Native American languages.
Jehovah’s Witnesses have a unique way of bringing the Bible’s message to people who live on small scattered islets called the Halligen.
Despite the challenges, Jehovah’s Witnesses spend long periods of time in remote areas to help people who are interested in studying the Bible.
Jehovah’s Witnesses offered literature, showed videos, and demonstrated how to navigate jw.org. How did visitors respond?
Though the house-to-house ministry is still the primary way Jehovah’s Witnesses make known Bible truth, literature carts have proved to be an effective way to reach people.
As of August 2014, there were more than 8 million active Jehovah’s Witnesses. How has their membership grown since World War I?
Jehovah’s Witnesses distributed a tract in August 2014 to promote interest in their website. What have been the results?
Visitors to the 2014 Rouen International Fair in France saw an attractive display with the theme “The Bible
Jehovah’s Witnesses, young and old alike, love to use their redesigned website to reach as many people as possible with the good news of God’s Kingdom.
Travel with a family of Jehovah’s Witnesses during an exciting week of sharing Bible truth with people in the Australian outback.
A family explains how they have drawn closer together while preaching the good news in an isolated territory.
A group of Witnesses traveled in a 50-foot long riverboat so that they could preach about God’s Kingdom to those living in villages along the river.
Jehovah’s Witnesses used mobile displays to offer Bible literature, free of charge, to tourists attending this festive event in France.
On February 1, 1943, the first class of a very special school began in upstate New York. It has trained thousands of ministers to teach others about God.
Why did 23 of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Queens, New York, U.S.A., recently learn to speak and read Bengali?
See how a special preaching campaign in Manhattan, New York, has allowed many to obtain Bible-based literature.
Learn about a special initiative to acquaint people with the Bible’s message.