May Internet come to help, with its communication and social services?Brothers and sisters already joined various online social or dating or singles sites, found friends or established online relationships.For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? A good friend would seek the help of loving shepherds in assisting a companion who has taken a false step.' WT, Oct 15, 2009, Article: 'Maintaining Friendships In A Loveless World', Subtitle: 'Maintaining Good Friendships', par 20 (Note: the term 'loving shepherds' refers to JW Elders.) Even though Jehovah's Witnesses believe they are Christians, it is not alright for them to date or marry a Christian who belongs to another religion.Jehovah's Witnesses do not believe in dating people outside of their religion because dating is supposed to lead to marriage, and Paul told early Christians not to be 'unevenly yoked', i.e.Partners in the Truth "Partners In The Truth offers worldwide introductions services exclusively for Jehovah's Witnesses.Established in May of 2000; Our membership grows with each passing day.But I do feel the current climate merits a discussion of this, for reasons you will see as we progress further in the discussion.
It's a blow to the parents but the enthusiasm of their younger children compensates for the one son's lack of faith. family has traveled to Germany's Ruhr region for what many Jehovah's Witnesses consider the high point of the year.
But, how safe were the networking, dating or singles sites they've been exposed to? We wished to provide something qualitatively different to the existing social sites.
Or are all the warnings related to social networks, chat rooms, and dating sites on our meetings and in our publications exaggerated? is the only feature rich online social networking site dedicated to true, active Jehovah's Witnesses. i have exchanged messages with some brothers...all over a sudden they stop communicating....i think we are here to make friends with all our brothers and sisters world wide....
Members of the sect in Germany prefer to pair off their children within the faith community, and regional congresses make for prime matchmaking territory. Her hair is delicately pinned up, arranged in bud-like clusters. " Melanie, 17, was baptized as a Jehovah's Witness at 14.
Like thousands of others, she has come to Dortmund with her family -- all of them strict believers, all of them dressed up for the special day -- for the annual North Rhine-Westfalia convention of Jehovah's Witnesses.
"This is our big family reunion," says Michael Krenzer, a spokesman for the Jehovah's Witnesses in Dortmund.