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April 2024 Announcements: Cracking the Jehovah's Witness Code

So, I stumbled upon the latest April 2024 Announcements ONLY for elders:

Bible Studies: Recent reports indicate that in some lands the number of Bible studies is decreasing. In harmony with our commission to make disciples, we want to offer Bible studies at every appropriate opportunity. ( Matt. 28:19, 20 ) Please continue to take the lead in offering Bible studies and to encourage publishers to offer Bible studies at every appropriate opportunity. While public witnessing is an important aspect of our ministry, most Bible studies are started in the house-to-house work. ( Matt. 10:11-13; Acts 20:20 ) With that in mind, ensure that there are regular congregation arrangements to share in the house-to-house work, especially when people are more likely to be at home."


Bible Study Blues: What Gives?

First up, there's a bit of panic about the number of Bible studies going down in some areas. It's like they're scratching their heads wondering, "Where did all the eager learners go?" They're practically begging the elders to drag people into Bible studies, but it's like trying to sell snow to Eskimos in the digital age. People can just Google stuff now, you know? So, door-to-door preaching might not be cutting it anymore. Time to switch things up, folks!

Out with the Old, In with the New (Sort of)

The big bosses are suggesting a change-up in their preaching game plan. They're still into the whole knocking on doors thing, but now they're like, "Hey, let's try standing around with those carts in public too! And don't forget to bombard people with online stuff." It's like they're trying to be everywhere at once, hoping something sticks. But let's face it, in a world of cat videos and memes, will anyone really stop to chat about the Bible?

Elders: The Unsung Heroes (or Villains?)

Poor elders, they're getting the brunt of it all. They're supposed to be the ministry superheroes, reviving Bible studies and getting everyone hyped up about preaching. But it's like asking them to turn water into wine with no manual. They're probably rolling their eyes, thinking, "Great, now we've got to play detective and figure out how to get people excited about Bible studies again."

Final Thoughts: Keeping Up with the Joneses (or the Jehovah's Witnesses)

So, there you have it – the inside scoop on the April 2024 Jehovah's Witness announcements. It's like watching a sitcom with a bunch of well-meaning characters trying to navigate a world that's changing faster than they can say "Hallelujah." But hey, give them credit for trying to keep up. Who knows, maybe they'll crack the code and revolutionize preaching in the digital age. Until then, let's sit back, grab some popcorn, and enjoy the show.


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