This is an example of a story that just strikes me as funny from their publications:
"Wilson, a Christian from Ghana, was notified that in a few days, he would be fired from his job. On his final day at work, he was assigned to wash the private car of the managing director of the company. When Wilson found a sum of money in the car, his superior told him that God had sent the money because Wilson was about to be laid off that day. However, applying Bible principles on honesty, Wilson gave the money back to the director. Surprised and impressed, the director not only offered Wilson permanent employment immediately but also promoted him to be a senior member of the company staff.—Ephesians 4:28."
So wait? Wilson, "found" a sum of money in a car that he was supposed to wash? If there was money in the car (especially the car of a managing director of a company) - why wouldn't you just ignore it? (if you wanted to be honest?). He went from being laid off (and washing the cars of executives) to being a "senior member of the company staff" - just for being honest while washing his car? Really?
Looking back, it was always this kind of ridiculous drivel, these stupid "experiences" that made me question if someone on the writing department would just make things up to provide fluff to the Witchtowers.