Exposing the Watchtower on Jehovah’s Witnesses No Longer Required To Count Time!
The Watchtower has changed it doctrine again for Jehovah's Witnesses on recording time when knocking on doors, doing street carts, Bible study and meetings. Jehovah's Witnesses are no longer required to count or record their hours each month. In other words Jehovah's Witnesses do not have to record their time or how many hours they spend each month preaching to people about their beliefs. Quote: On October 7, 2023, at the annual meeting of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania, the following exciting announcement was made. Beginning November 1, 2023, congregation publishers will no longer be asked to report the amount of time they spend in the ministry. Nor will publishers be asked to report their placements, the videos they show, or return visits. Instead, the field service report will simply have a box that allows each publisher to indicate that he or she shared in any form of the ministry during the month. There will be one more box where publishers can report the number of different Bible studies they conduct. Missionaries, circuit overseers and their wives, special pioneers, regular pioneers, and auxiliary pioneers will continue to report the number of hours they spend in the ministry, along with the number of different Bible studies they conduct. Further information about this adjustment will be provided to all congregations in the coming weeks.