krejames, it's part of the Nov 2015 broadcast - towards the end.
Here's the broadcast on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I09wZQOf4ZI#t=4552 (the video referred to in this thread starts at about 1:13:20)
"Welcome home, my friend; your life can start again." What a smug, condescending statement. In other words, they're saying nobody has a life without them. Actually, my life ended when I became a JW and didn't start again until I left.
At some point, Porky reads Eze 34:16 and says that Jehovah searches for lost ones. Well, if I'm lost, nobody has searched for me. I've literally begged for answers (and still do), and have received no help. Instead of being answered, my questions have grown in number and intensity. If somebody's searching for me, he needs to get new batteries for his search light.
I just skimmed through the broadcast, but still got mad and nauseated. JWs are so self-righteous. They don't even consider the possibility that they could be wrong. It's just a given that they're right and that everybody is weak or wrong or both. If somebody has left JWs, he's weak or evil.
They don't address the numerous issues that people have with JWs (failed predictions, crazy history, doctrines that can't be defended or explained, etc.). They just imply that they're standing and that everybody that has left them has fallen and has no life.
Come back home and get a life. Go to boring meetings that will take away any time you might have had to really learn something. Go out in the ministry (do they do that anymore?) and waste more time. Associate with mostly ignorant, corny, socially inept "family". Adore the Magnificent 7. Read the publications and get a real education. Oh, and don't forget, give us your money.