THE WATCHTOWER—STUDY EDITION March 2018
This issue contains the study articles for April 30 to June 3, 2018.
What does the Bible teach about baptism? What steps must a person take before being baptized? And why should a Christian teacher have the goal of baptism in mind when teaching his children or other Bible students?
What do Christian parents want to be sure of before their children are baptized?
QUESTIONS FROM READERS
Why do Jehovah’s Witnesses depict the apostle Paul as being bald or having little hair?
Why do the Scriptures urge Christians to show hospitality to one another? What opportunities do we have for extending hospitality? How can we overcome barriers that may hinder us from being hospitable?
Erika Nöhrer Bright has served as a regular pioneer, special pioneer, and missionary. She recounts how God has sustained, fortified, and guided her through many years of faithful service.
What can we learn from those whom God disciplined in the past? And when we need to give discipline, how can we imitate Jehovah’s example?
In what ways does Jehovah teach us self-discipline? And how can we benefit from any discipline we may receive in the Christian congregation?