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Faithful Under Test

See how God’s Word helps Jehovah’s Witnesses to face trials of their faith successfully.

They Wore a Purple Triangle

Why do teachers in one school now mention Jehovah’s Witnesses when teaching about the victims of the Nazi concentration camps?

A Castle Where Faith Was Tested

Hundreds of Jehovah’s Witnesses whose conscience did not allow them to perform military service were once imprisoned in a Spanish castle.

We Would Not Compromise Our Faith

Daniel Lokollo recalls his persecution at the hands of prison guards.

Threats Did Not Stop Them From Serving Jehovah

How did the public react to violent opposition against Jehovah’s Witnesses in Georgia?

Determined to Be a Soldier of Christ

Demetrius Psarras was imprisoned for refusing to take up arms. Yet he continued to praise God, even in the face of the severe trials that followed.

He Learned From Prisoners

While imprisoned in Eritrea, one man saw firsthand that Jehovah’s Witnesses live by what they teach.

Prayers From an Oak Tree

Rachel’s father tried to turn her away from Jehovah through bribes and beatings. How did prayer from a tree help her to stay loyal and strong?

Notes Under the Washing Machine

One mother used an innovative method to teach Bible truths to her daughters.

Enraged Priests Meet a Mild Response

The Bible encourages us to remain mild-tempered, even when provoked. Does that advice really work?

The Kingdom Hope Is Not a Dream

Efraín De La Cruz has been imprisoned and cruelly beaten in seven penitentiaries for preaching the good news. How has he kept his zeal alive for over 60 years?

A Fearless Pioneer

During 60 years of service, André Elias maintained his integrity despite interrogation and threats.

I Found Peace With God and With My Mother

When Michiyo Kumagai stopped worshipping her ancestors, a breach was created with her mother. How was Michiyo able to make peace?