Most of you are apostates right? or disfellowshiped? am i right?
No, you're wrong. Some of the people on this forum fall into those categories, especially the latter, but most don't. As for apostacy, it depends on how you define it, doesn't it?
I'm not df'd. A couple of years ago I was conducting the WT on Sundays at a local KH. I had been an elder for more than 20 years and I have no doubt you would have shown me a great deal of respect because I was thought of as a very good speaker and I made the occasional appearance on circuit and district convention platforms. My whole family was immersed and fully engaged. We were serious dubs.
I am not just decribing my situation. A whole bunch of people on this forum, and a lot more who spent time here before they fully healed from this dysfunctional addictive religion and moved on, fit this description or some variation of it.
We are pioneers, elders, ministerial servants, pillars in the congregation, "spiritual" JWs. We don't consider ourselves "apostates.' If there is apostacy in the mix, it comes from the WTS which apostacized from true Christianity. When we woke up and realized that, we did the spiritually correct thing and got the hell out of Dodge. At great personal cost, I might add.
Based on your immature comments, you are a long way from being intellectually or emotionally up to the task of lecturing us. Having said that, we do appreciate your being here and urge you to stick around and soak up these experiences. You might learn something.