Richard E. Kelly’s latest book, The Ghosts from Mama’s Club, has just been released. Copies are available at Amazon.com in popular paperback (208 pages; $16.95) and as a Kindle downloadable e-book ($9.95). Kelly promised a sequel to his 2008 autobiography, Growing Up in Mama’s Club, a vivid description of the first twenty years of his life […]
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I am currently writing a sequel, The Ghosts from Mama’s Club. It’s an autobiography of my forty-seven years of life after leaving the Club. The “ghosts” in the book are dysfunctional behavior patterns, toxic residue acquired from the time my family and I spent as Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Author Richard E. Kelly has confirmed that he will be participating in a telephone conference call sponsored by “Six Screens of the Watchtower,” this coming Saturday evening, September 26, 2009 at 7:00 PM (EST). The call will be hosted and moderated by Rick Fearon of Upper Room Ministries, the guiding force behind “Six Screens of […]
By “A Survivor” Editor’s Note: This article was submitted by a former Jehovah’s Witness who is now a married mother in her late thirties. Many of the stories she has shared with me about her years growing up in a Jehovah’s Witness family are quite graphic and very upsetting. They are stories of verbal, physical […]
It’s not really a “Bible study” at all. A provided study book is your only guide. The Bible will be rarely opened, and when it is used, the JW only refers to and reads one or two verses at a time.
Want your children to spend their lives cleaning the restrooms or polishing floors at Wal-Mart? Then force them to become slaves of the Watchtower Society.