Back Online, But…

Please accept my apology for the condition of I’ve been doing some updating and redesign work to make the site even easier to read and to keep updated. So please bear with me as the site will still look a little funky for a couple more weeks.

The site is fully functional, but you’ll notice that many of the graphics and photos have been unlinked. They will all be restored soon. I’ll be repairing our more recent and popular articles first.

In the meantime, don’t forget about our companion site and our newest offering,  Former Bethelite and JW discussion website pioneer, Randy Watters, has recently been busy updating his sites as well. Take time to check out hte new and support his work as you can.

If you are looking for a way to get the truth out about life as a Jehovah’s Witness and want to let everyone know there are options available to those who want to get out and live a normal life, be sure to check out AAWA – Advocates for Awareness of Watchtower Abuses. They are looking for supporters and volunteers to help get their messages out to the public at large. Be sure to read their Mission Statement on their website at (Foreign language versions of will be available soon.)

I am hoping to keep Inside the Watchtower fresh and lively in the months to come. Feel free to submit your own articles for publication here. Use the Contact Page to request my submission and editorial guidelines.

And one more thing – please bear with me as my schedule has become nearly overwhelming in recent months. I am doing my best to fit everything in because so much is happening right now and exciting things are about to happen. Feel free to join in and be a part of it.


Back Online, But… — 2 Comments

  1. I’m wandering and wondering around the web. I think it’s interesting that the focus is always on what’s wrong, or some point that’s right and not on the path or Way of reason Jesus gave. I’ve had the unique experience to have run into the basic building block to establish the overview of the path early on in my witness life. I established through multiple committees that the present truth concerning the hope of THE resurrection was irrational and that I could explain the only reasonable explanation that the Bible supported. After waiting nearly forty years, while writing the organization with a return of form letters, I finally applied the block and decided to write down what it showed. This took a year to do but was just a matter of constant simple logic, based on the next thing seen from each new vantage point. Again, isn’t it interesting that no one can explain what the path is from beginning to end. I can. I’m hoping to find someone else who may have had the same experience at some point. If this is you, although I haven’t seen it on this site, respond by telling me the start of the path, the information God shared that freed our will. No, we weren’t created with a free will, just the ability to make a choice. If you, as I suspect, don’t know this answer but are interested in pursuing this relationship, respond by asking some question in relation to the Bible so that I may demonstrate that I’m not guessing.

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