There are a few things of interest, but the biggest thing to tell is with regard to the amount of times that pornography was discussed. Not just one talk... several.
The last brother had a computer on the table with him as he talked about porn. I thought that at any second, he was going to flip his computer around and say "here's an example, what should we do?"
There was also considerable time spent on booze and violence.
It was also highlighted that there is a growing increase in the number of elders who are being disfellowshipped for adultery.
To spend this much effort and give this much attention to this is quite interesting indeed.
The CO also had a brother come to the platform to discuss how he and his wife spend their time and fit in "family worship". What this brother confessed and what the CO said is of interest.
The young brother told about how they do their secular work and then gave details about how they do service. He said they do Wednesday and Friday as their big days, and that's how they have to do to "get their time in for service". He seemed flustered and didn't seem happy to tell it. What he said next will kill ya.
He said that he'd rather do secular work than service as "service is draining, not just physically (as in secular work) but mentally, emotionally and spiritually"
He blew me away! But better than that, the CO stopped him, turned his face to the audience of men and said "yes, it is very draining". Imagine, he concurred!
I thought service was refreshing and charged you up!?!?!?!? LOL Ah how the truth can slip out.
There was a video of GB Flowden. The last word he spoke as the video ended was that "so that you can please the governing body". Is the gb not "men".
So, you should be "men pleasers"
Ephesians 6:6-8New King James Version (NKJV)
6 not with eyeservice, as men-pleasers, but as bondservants of Christ, doing the will of God from the heart, 7 with goodwill doing service, as to the Lord, and not to men, 8 knowing that whatever good anyone does, he will receive the same from the Lord, whether he is a slave or free.
It would be easy to cut off the last sentence as the video didn't end well anyway, and then deniability kicks in.
There was also a video of j jackson and I couldn't help but hear him saying "that would be presumptuous"