They did stop tithing according to the video.
Called to be Free - Dissolution of the Worldwide Church of God
"30 years in the Worldwide Church of God"
This long letter is an incomplete hodge-podge of things I remember from 30 years in the Worldwide Church of God. I believe in naming names, including my own. I have used full names when the individuals involved either did something good or knowingly did something bad, and withheld names when I believe the person involved was not being hypocritical. I have tried to be balanced by telling good things as well as bad things. I sincerely hope this memoir is not overly verbose, and that it helps someone who may read it someday.
May God open everyone's mind to the understanding that our minds are the most precious thing we have, and we must all someday be called into account for what we have done with our minds. I now want my mind to be open to new possibilities and tolerant of all other people, because we are all made in God's image even if we don't all think alike.
The Painful Truth, Part I
The Painful Truth, Part II
The Painful Truth, Part III
The Painful Truth, Part IV
The Painful Truth, Part V
Wow, leavingwt, those articles are a fantastic recounting of life inside the WCG. I'm only on section #2, but it is EERILY creepy how similar WTS and the WCG was (and the WTS still is). Granted, the WCG seemed to be more of a personality cult to the bitter end, but these comparisions are amazing!