Ken Speaks…LGBTQ and Jehovah’s Witnesses


There is a group of individuals that we have yet to provide an outlet to tell their story and what it is like being part of the Jehovah’s Witness religion and that is the LGBTQ community. Since our podcast focuses on helping individuals to realize that this is not the truth and to help them understand that they are not alone, this group of individuals needs assistance and support as well. Therefore, when Ken reached out and wanted to talk about his life and what it was like growing up as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses and being gay, we could not turn our back on his experience.

The discussion is not about the gay lifestyle, it is actually a conversation that we could never have as Jehovah’s Witnesses. Ken is very pleasant and talks about some topics that really makes you go hmmmm…as he brings up information that truly blows the lid off of keeping it real when it comes to how individuals really feel about their lifestyle choices. No matter what you are forced to believe, if a person feels a certain way, you cannot change that.


The Trevor Project

Gay & Lesbian Ex-Jehovah’s Witnesses – FACEBOOK

List of Gay & Lesbian Rights Organizations

Preventing Suicide in LGBTQ Youth

International Association for Suicide Prevention – Resources Groups at Risk – LGBT






Critical Thinkers want to know…why do Jehovah’s Witnesses Attack the Messenger?


When Former Jehovah’s Witnesses come online to tell their story about their experience in the religion, why is it that current Jehovah’s Witnesses engage in attacking what they have to say? Instead of having an intelligent dialogue with the person relating their story, the Jehovah’s Witness will make snide remarks and comments that have nothing to do with the material being presented.

Former JW’s are simply stating what they have read in Watchtower publications and providing some insight into their own personal history with the organization. Therefore, we are here to help other people use critical thinking when they read the Watchtower and see how they have changed many major teachings, some of which have caused individuals to lose their lives.

This podcast discusses how the Watchtower has condemned other religions for not allowing their members to use critical thinking. And then to add insult to injury, the Watchtower has taken away the rights of their own members to engage in independent thought.


Remembering Watchtower 20 Years Later


I was on my way to a business meeting and was looking for a bag to carry my computer and just happened to run across my old field service bag. Oh, what memories I found in that bag! It is amazing how far we have come in our lives since leaving the organization. This video provides a quick synopsis of what I discovered in the bag and some of the articles that was used in the brainwashing techniques to make us think we had to continuously go out in field service.


Jehovah’s Witnesses – Domestic Violence & Child Abuse


In this video Debbie Roberts explains her ordeal in the Jehovah’s Witness religion and how she was treated by the elders in her congregation when she was being abused by her husband. Only to later discover that her husband had been molesting their son.

Debbie along with countless other Jehovah’s Witness women have been used as Watchtower pawns to remain silent about their abuse. To avoid bringing negative publicity to the organization, these women remained silent as their abusers continued to inflict pain in their lives and to the detriment of their safety and health.

Debbie lived in fear and in hiding because her husband threatened to kill her after she left him. However, now that he is no longer a threat, she felt confident to come out and tell her story.

How do Jehovah’s Witnesses deal with Pedophiles at the Kingdom Hall?



Leesa is from a small town in Australia, she’s a third generation born-in Jehovah’s Witness and had an intergenerational tradition of obeying the child abuse policies dictated from the governing body in the USA regardless of what Australian law or common decency might require. In this podcast, she speaks with JT about how she broke her silence and is now working in conjunction with the Australian Royal Commission to bring about justice against pedophiles in her country.

Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mind Control


May 15, 2016 Watchtower

How can the congregation express its joy when an announcement is made that someone has been reinstated?

In Luke chapter 15, we find Jesus’ powerful illustration about a man who had a flock of 100 sheep. When one of the sheep was missing, the man left the 99 behind in the wilderness and went after the lost sheep ‘until he found it.’ Jesus continued: “When he has found it, he puts it on his shoulders and rejoices. And when he gets home, he calls his friends and his neighbors together, saying to them, ‘Rejoice with me, for I have found my sheep that was lost.’” In conclusion, Jesus said: “I tell you that in the same way, there will be more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents than over 99 righteous ones who have no need of repentance.”—Luke 15:4-7.

The context shows that Jesus spoke these words in order to correct the thinking of the scribes and the Pharisees, who criticized him for associating with tax collectors and sinners. (Luke 15:1-3) Jesus pointed out that there is joy in heaven when a sinner has come to repentance. We ask, ‘Since there is joy in heaven, should there not also be joy on earth when a sinner has repented, turned around, and made straight paths for his feet?’—Heb. 12:13.

When someone is reinstated in the congregation, we have good reason to rejoice. The person will have to keep on maintaining his integrity to God, but he had to be repentant in order to be reinstated, and we are glad that he repented. Accordingly, there may well be spontaneous, dignified applause when the elders make an announcement of a reinstatement.