Are the Governing Body broadcasts promoted at Kingdom Hall meetings?

by nicolaou 18 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • tim3l0rd

    I get weird looks when I tell anyone that I haven't watched the latest one. They look at me like I have three heads. I always get the same line, "It was so upbuilding!"

    In truth, I haven't seen any since the May broadcast, but I've only admitted that to one elder.

  • LevelThePlayingField
    At our hall in the midwest U.S. it is played at the hall still and advertised from the platform for those with out internet.
  • LostGeneration

    new broadcasts

    May I nominate for funniest line of 2015??? Well done, sir.

  • Vidiot

    It's definitely a thing where I live... they have it as sort of a "replacement Book Study" on Saturdays.

    My Mom goes.

  • Billy ex Blaze
    Billy ex Blaze
    It's promoted at practically every meeting. I believe they have a showing every second Saturday of the month at the KH. They make it into a socal event with coffee and cookies or some other refreshments.
  • St George of England
    St George of England

    Never mentioned at my KH. We do not have, and never have had, a presentation for the older ones or those without computers etc.

    Once in conversion with a brother and two elders he mentioned the 'singing trolley' video and how funny he thought it was. The elders hadn't a clue what he was talking about.

    The last service meeting where there should have been a video (whiteboard animation) the brother on the sound desk couldn't get it to work so we skipped the item.


  • wannaexit

    One of the congregation in town had arranged to have the viewing at the kingdom hall once a month, but it was so poorly supported that it was stopped.

    To my knowledge , its not really supported.

  • OneFingerSalute

    Promoted from the stage, and then the buzz for the rest of the week is all about, "Are you going to be at the broadcast showing?"

    It is more about putting on a show of "spirituality" for men to see than anything else.

  • possum

    I know of a community organisation that arranges for older/lonely members of the community who don't get but need more human interaction to come together as a group for "eating with friends" to meet mix/laugh and eat at different venues with varying menus....

    Disgustingly, the LAZY WT society offers offers older ones/lacking computer skills a couple of hours of sitting watching some moron drone on and on and on electronically. What is loving/ healthy or wholesome about that????

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