Welcome Christian Witnesses for Jesus!
WHO WE ARE – Christians Witnessing to Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons
We are a Christian ministry dedicated to sharing the good news of the eternal salvation in Jesus Christ. Our area of special focus is reaching the hearts and minds of Jehovah’s Witnesses and Mormons (Latter-day Saints or LDS). Whether you’re currently involved in either one of these groups or you have friends or relatives involved, our website is for you! Learn more about us here.
Have you ever considered sharing your Biblical Christian faith with a Mormon friend, coworker or neighbor?
Within the past few years, the basic relationship between the Mormon and the Christian, has changed forever. For the first time in the history of the Mormon Church, authentic and realistic Mormon doctrine and history are now available to you through the Mormon Church's official website.
We speak from personal experience, and we desire to help guide you in bringing the Mormon people to an accurate knowledge of Mormon doctrine and their Church's history of deception so that they can come to know Jesus Christ in simplicity and truth as He is taught in the Bible. Learn how to use the Mormon Church's official website and scriptures to present the differences between Mormonism and Biblical Christianity to your Mormon (LDS) loved-ones.
VIEW TABLE OF CONTENTS: Note Selections from the chapters are included below:
CHAPTER ONE: GOSPEL TOPICS ESSAYS REVEAL MORMON DIFFICULTIES
Witnessing to Mormons Using Their Own Church History
Mormon Church Gospel Topics Essays on Polygamy
Essay on Mormon Violence
Essays on Blacks and Women
Essays on Unique Mormon Beliefs
Essays on the Joseph Smith Story and LDS Scriptures
CHAPTER TWO: JOSEPH SMITH AND HIS TRANSLATIONS
Did Joseph Smith See God the Father?
Are Feelings the Proper Way to Determine Truth?
Did Joseph Smith Lead the Church Astray?
Did Joseph Smith Change God’s Revelations?
Is Black Skin a Curse from God?
Where Did the Book of Mormon Come From?
Is the Book of Mormon Against Mormonism?
Did Joseph Smith Translate Fraudulent Plates?
Quite often when we are presenting the problems of Mormonism to an active member of the LDS Church, we find that they are not really asking if the evidence we are presenting is true but whether or not they are willing to risk losing their family, job or spouse over this information.”
Because Mormonism is a culture of its own, leaving the Mormon Church often has a significant cost attached to it that may seem to outweigh the benefits of leaving for the truth.Read more
Hi I’m Lee. For 32 years my wife and I raised our family Mormon. I was a High Priest and Bishop and our son served a mission in Brazil. As Mormons, we believed we were following Christ, until we discovered Polygamy, Polyandry, Blood Atonement, Lying for the Lord, and many other corruptions and false teachings in Mormonism. In spiritual turmoil, loving Christians reached out to us.
Hi I’m Trish. I was a Jehovah’s Witness for 42 years. I was lost and I was hungry and I didn’t know what for… until I found out who Christ really is. In all those years going door to door with my Bible, no one ever shared Christ with me. I don’t think they knew how. I don’t think they knew they could or that they needed to. I’m just so grateful someone finally did.
Years later I'm still feeling guilty. I am charged guilty and I agree. The charge, fornication according to the Jehovah’s Witness Organization. Guilty of having sex before marriage. There is no way to hide it, I am pregnant.
I stood guilty as charged. GUILTY AS CHARGED = DISFELLOWSHIPPED.
Are you guilty as charged? Do you worry about getting caught or found out? Do you wonder if you will ever be forgiven?
It's time to face it! Let go of the guilt and shame and know that you will be forgiven!Read more
Well, another year at the Mormon Miracle Pageant in Manti Utah has passed; a place where many Christians from around the country gather to reach out to the LDS pageant attendees and enjoy Christian fellowship in the name of Jesus.
Last year, the LDS Church purchased the street in front of the Mormon temple in order to keep Christians from witnessing to the LDS that were attending the pageant. At first, we were all concerned how this would affect our witnessing efforts, but as it has turned out, all it did was scatter Christians out around the city of Manti, instead of being gathered into one place. Didn’t God do this once before in the early church?
Doug and I found a great place on main street at a cross walk to catch LDS as they walked to the temple grounds. It even comes with LDS crossing guards to talk with all evening long. One night my crossing guard was a young man named Tim, who had just returned for his LDS mission. He was very eager to discuss topics in the Book of Mormon. I read Moroni 8:18 to him and asked why the LDS church taught differently about God than the Book of Mormon teaches The passage reads: “For I know that God is not a partial God, neither a changeable being: but he is unchangeable from all eternity to all eternity.” Tim replied that they believe in God the eternal father. So, I asked him this question, “Since the LDS god was once a sinful man like us before he obtained exaltation and was appointed god over this world, didn’t that mean that God changed?”Read more
Happy New Year!
We only have 9 more shows left until Hurting to Healing comes to an end.
Tune in to hear the line up for 2019 and a short message on Truth.Read more
Christmas 2018 is past and we begin a new year once again. I didn't send any Christmas cards out this year, but as I look at the ones received, most of them are from former Jehovah's Witnesses. For some it's become an annual tradition, for others it was a first rite of passage this year. I also receive cards from friends and family I've known since before I entered the Watchtower in 1996. There were no Jehovah's Witnesses in my family as I was growing up, so we celebrated Christmas. My folks would receive Christmas cards and read them to us since some would be from relatives we'd only hear from once a year. Those would usually include a letter to catch us up on the events of their year along with what they knew about others in our family circle. They wrote about who got married, who had a baby, who died, who got a new job, an award, or moved. That type of thing. This was all just normal to me.Read more