I never thought I would

by Kool Jo 22 Replies latest jw experiences

  • Kool Jo
    Kool Jo

    We know that your spiritually is determined by the amount of hours you put in each month...so I just put in average hours.

    @maccauk11: thanks for your advice, leaving right now would be ideal, but it's not so easy for me because of family. I have friends outside the congregation, so if I loose those at the hall, I wouldn't have a problem...its just my family is the problem.

    @billy: I've seen people drag out their time....for example, i worked with a brother in another hall (pioneer) who'd start at 7AM for street work, then breakfast, a few rv's, then off the to the bank, carry out business transactions, when he stops at the gas station we'd leave some magazines...then in the evening we'd grab a snack then do more street work...how he calculated it is beyond me, but said he did 8 hours...wish we were still in the same congregation, I'd just do one day in service for the month...

    @heaven: I just fill out the slip so they think I'm an example in the congregation...on my day off from work, I come on here, do laundry and have a drink...i don't miss being out in the 100 degree temp buggin people.

    @flipper: you're right man...each person has to see how they'd fade best...even though I've read experiences of other posters, the same thing won't work for everyone...cheers

    Kool Jo

  • wha happened?
    wha happened?

    God I hated that phone call at the end of the month. Brother annoying trying a million leading quesions so u will just say, "ok I did one hour of preaching".

  • Disillusioned Lost-Lamb
    Disillusioned Lost-Lamb

    I've been counting some of my time on here as a part of "my ministry"; so now I feel a little less like a liar (not that I really felt bad about fudging my time).

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