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EVANGELISM TRAINING TOOLS FOR CHRISTIANS WITNESSING TO JEHOVAH’S WITNESSES

EVANGELISM TRAINING TOOLS FOR CHRISTIANS WITNESSING TO MORMONS

Jesus Take The Wheel: Adventures in the Mobile Prayer Closet

Apparently it's not normal to pray for several hours a day. To organize lists of individuals, groups, and situations for a weekly prayer binder is just weird. But I remember when it began over a decade ago and have only God to blame. I was driving in my car when God spoke to my heart saying "you don't know how to pray."  It perplexed me for a few days not knowing what more there was to prayer than I'd already been doing, but the words persisted so I took the bait and submitted by asking "okay then, teach me to pray." From that day forward, the Holy Spirit took me on a prayer journey. And I became one of those weird people known as an intercessor. I guess. I don't know, I just know I'm goofy and I pray a lot. The title of "Intercessor" somehow makes it sound  more dignified.

As the hostess of this ministry's Prayer Meetup from 2009-2017, I can honestly say I've prayed for hundreds, quite likely thousands, of active and former Jehovah's Witnesses, Mormons, their family and friends, and those who minister to them. 

During most of those years I also worked as a house cleaner which afforded me the silence to pray while scrubbing other people's toilets. Yes, intercession is sometimes that glamorous. In addition to the Prayer Meetup, I was also hosting the discussion groups for former Mormons and Ex-Jehovah's Witnesses and as the ministry emails and phone calls mounted up, I slowly let go of my day job.

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Witnessing to Mormons or to Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints?

Rob, Doug & Christy
Rob, Doug & Christy at LDS General Conference Fall 2019

Conference time again!! Doug and I, along with Christy Darlington (YAY) hit the streets at the LDS (Mormon) Temple Square in downtown Salt Lake City Utah on October 5th and 6th. Our usual witnessing spot is on the corner of South Temple and Main Street, where we catch people coming and going to the morning, afternoon and priesthood sessions held in the LDS conference center.

We all held signs that address critical subjects in the Mormon faith that drawn them into conversations as they are walking by or waiting to cross the street.

Doug’s sign states, “Is the Mormon Jesus the Same Jesus of the Bible?” and Christy’s states, “Are You Prepared to Meet God?” and mine states, “Why Don’t Mormons Believe in the Book of Mormon?” These signs are very effective, even if they won’t stop and talk, they still see a message, scripture verses, our website and a short counter response to the subject title on the sign.

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What is Noahidism? - Is Christianity the Mormonism of Judaism Introduction to Video Course

Is Christianity the Mormonism of Judaism? What is the B'Nei Noach Faith of Noahidism?

Jewish Rabbis claim that Christianity has distorted the teachings of Judaism in the same way that Mormonism distorts the teachings of Christianity. Are these claims that Orthodox Jewish rabbis make against the Christian religion valid? What is the B'nei Noach religion of Noahidism? How do these non-Jewish, Gentile followers of Rabbinic Judaism practice the religion of Judaism? What are the 7 Laws of Noah? How do the teachings of these anti-Christian Jewish missionaries compare with the teachings of ancient Judaism?

 

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The Paranoia Fear of Jehovah's Witnesses

Jehovah’s Witnesses seem to be fearful of everything: from Smurf cartoons, Halloween, Christmas to serious religious beliefs involving the Battle of Armageddon, the end of the world and the fear of “apostates.” Even non-Jehovah’s Witness beliefs such as Hell, Trinity, Cross (words that can even send chills down the back of a Witness) can send a Jehovah’s Witness into “paranoia” fear.  As a Jehovah’s Witness, one cannot even possess or hold a piece of critical literature about the Watchtower without fear that one is allowing “Satan’s thinking” into one’s mind.  Paranoia runs rampant in this religion. In Chapter six of The Subtle Power of Spiritual Abuse, authors David Johnson and Jeff VanVonderen explain why:

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Simple Tools for Brain Surgery with Bill Jack

Non-Christians seem to have the advantage in our culture. We, as Christians, are sometimes intimidated by or even afraid to talk with many atheists, new-agers and evolutionists. too often, we fear we won't have answers to their tough questions. Be encouraged.

Simple Tools for Brain Surgery with Bill Jack Part 1 of 4

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3 Questions to Ask Leading People to Jesus

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QUESTION 1: WHO IS JESUS CHRIST TO YOU?

The Bible teaches that Jesus as the “Son of God” is God the Son (John 19:7). Being the “Son of Man” (John 6:62), He is 100% human. Being the “Son of God,” He is 100% God (John 5:18).  Being “Almighty” God (Revelation 1:7-8), Jesus can have no “equal” God beside Him (Isaiah 46:9; 44:6, 24; John 1:1-3).  Yet, cults reduce Christ to a created creature, calling Jesus a secondary “godlike” being.

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Misguided by Mormonism but Redeemed by God's Grace

Misguided by Mormonism but Redeemed by God's Grace
Misguided by Mormonism but Redeemed by God's Grace: Leaving the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for Biblical Christianity

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.

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Hi I’m Rob.  I was raised Mormon and in this picture I’m standing with my buddy Doug who was raised Jehovah’s Witnesses. Both of us grew up in religions that teach a different Jesus from the One the Bible proclaims. When we learned the truth about WHO Jesus Christ is and WHAT He is done to save us, we left religion to embrace a personal relationship with Christ, trusting in His works alone for salvation.  The biblical gospel of Christ is simple. All you need to do is place your faith in Jesus Christ as God and Lord of your life, accept His atoning death for sin and open  your heart to receive the gift of His Holy Spirit who bring regeneration in your life and makes you born again.

TESTIMONIES OF EX-MORMONS

TRUE FREEDOM

Anne MarieHi 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. bullets

 

 

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TRUE FREEDOM

MG-12 - To The Glory of God Alone

Soli Deo Gloria” which is Latin for “To the Glory of God Alone” is an essential teaching of the Christian faith that Mormonism distorts. Christians live for the glory of God alone, and not for building themselves up or exalting their own kingdoms as Mormonism teaches.  The Apostle Paul said at Galatians 6:14: “...may it never be that I would boast, except in the cross of our Lord Jesus Christ...”

Yet, Joseph Smith, the founder of Mormonism, boasted that he did more than Jesus. Joseph Smith said: “I have more to boast of than ever any man had. I am the only man that has ever been able to keep a whole church together... Neither Paul, John, Peter, nor Jesus ever did it. I boast that no man ever did such a work as I. The followers of Jesus ran away from Him; but the Latter-day Saints never ran away from me yet.” (History of the Church, May 26, 1844, Vol. 6, pp. 408-409

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