I feel your pain. I had a biblical discussion with my daughter ( she married a JW and got baptized) I am not a JW. The discussion had nothing to do with jw beliefs just some bible scriptures I wanted her opinion on. Things went bad, she got all huffy, told my grand-kids to pick up it was time to go. Then she turned to me in a huff and said, my kids don't need to be around you! Whoaaaa, I sure didn't expect that.
My grand-kids are 4 and 6. I kept both of them the first 3 yrs. of their life so mom and dad could work and not put them in daycare. I gave and give my all to those kids. They make my heart beat. I found out how fast my daughter could pull them away from me. Those words really hurt and I felt sickened about it for a good 2 weeks.
We did end out conversation that day on a good note, I had to tell her I would never interfere where the kids were concerned about religion and we hugged.
I know now that she drank the kool ade, she is in over her head. Now I know not to discuss religion with her or say anything neg. about the JW's. She is also fond of the word "apostate". and used that one on me.
I love my grand-kids and it would kill me if she kept them from me, but I think she would hurt more in the long run. They acturally need us more. The husband's parents are JW's, step dad an elder and his mother a pioneer, they show no interest in the kids ( they love them) but they don't attend their ball games, dance recitals, rarely keep them. She would be the one to miss us more.
I'm going to just keep my mouth shut on the subject and hope and pray that this cult breaks apart really soon. It seems like more are leaving all the time and I just pray they will see the light at the end of the tunnel. I know its so hard and painful for you but I think your saving yourself from that wicked kingdom hell is in your best interest.
Best Wishes Cawshun