The question "Where do you go for spiritual food?" asked by the unbaptised publisher is a very important one, yet seems to result from being taught by the Dubs that there is "nowhere else to go". You remember how the WT regularly quotes (or mis-quotes) Peter's words to Jesus "Lord, whom shall we go away to? You have sayings of everlasting life" (John 6:68) The WTS portrays this as a validation of the position of the WTS as "Jehovah's earthly organisation" which we have come to appreciate is nothing of the sort.
So "where do you go?" should be answered with a comment that helps the questioner see that they don't need to go anywhere.
Of course, those "conscious of their spiritual need" may find appropriate reading materials to nourish those needs.
Mrs Ozzie and I found that after reading COC and ISOCF that we wanted to read something positive and uplifting. (COC and ISOCF were not responsible for us leaving the borg. They simply confirmed and clarified our doubts and feelings.)
We found that listening to some audiocassettes of the sermons of Dr Martyn Lloyd-Jones most helpful. Lloyd-Jones was a pastor of Westminster Chapel in London, England for thirty years and whose sermons and expositions have been widely distributed throughout the world in printed form and on audiocassette. The more we listened, the more convinced we were in our faith. Perhaps they are available in the States?
"If our hopes for peace are placed in the hands of imperfect people, they are bound to evaporate."
- Ron Hutchcraft Surviving the Storms of Stress