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Family comes first for fast-growing Jehovah’s Witnesses

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Each of the short chapters, with illustrations on each page to help keep little Witnesses involved, end with a set of questions that reinforce the information in the chapter.

Tuesday evenings, the family joins others from their area Kingdom Hall for teaching and study at the hall. Thursday nights are family study time when each person studies something on their own — a little like a family study hall. Sundays are back at the Kingdom Hall for teaching and also for demonstrations of how to witness to others.

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"I like the play the best at the convention — and seeing my friends," Tucker said. "And there are some really encouraging presentations. It encourages more people to get out. It’s a good thing."

Tucker, as a baptized member, is considered responsible for setting and then keeping goals for hours spent witnessing each week.

"I always use spring break to get 30 hours," Tucker said.

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