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birdy
20-03-2008, 05:33 PM
Anyone has any clue where I can find such a person or centre in Subang / USJ? We have a client who insist he wanted to meet up with Jehovah Witness... pls help.

bobkee
20-03-2008, 06:01 PM
That's a first for me :)

The only info I found is their HQ address:

Pertubuhan Bible & Risalah Watchtower Malaysia
Peti Surat No. 580
75760 Melaka

Try the form here (https://watch002.securesites.net/contact/submit.htm). I am pretty sure you will be contacted very quickly.

bcteh
20-03-2008, 06:50 PM
Anyone has any clue where I can find such a person or centre in Subang / USJ? We have a client who insist he wanted to meet up with Jehovah Witness... pls help.


Haha ..don't go there le ... your client will go nowhere later.

Let me bring you to meet anothe witness. :D

bobkee
20-03-2008, 07:07 PM
Haiyah .. freedom of religion lah :)

If we feel so convicted, we can only petition God .. cannot play God :P

birdy
20-03-2008, 08:48 PM
That's a first for me :)

The only info I found is their HQ address:

Pertubuhan Bible & Risalah Watchtower Malaysia
Peti Surat No. 580
75760 Melaka

Try the form here (https://watch002.securesites.net/contact/submit.htm). I am pretty sure you will be contacted very quickly.
Ya.. that's what I get from google search... no telephone number was given otherwise, I can ring them up to enquire.

chewie
20-03-2008, 09:09 PM
there is one in klang...if i am not mistaken, is somewhere near to the hokkien association.... check it with your klang friends..

birdy
21-03-2008, 05:32 AM
Thanks Chewie, will ask Klang people and see.

lilifjp
23-03-2008, 06:45 PM
Hi Birdy,

You can call this guy, Mr Gregory (hp# 014-2628416).

His is a Jehovah Witness and came by our area in Puchong today.

birdy
24-03-2008, 05:30 AM
Gee. thanks for the help... it is indeed a big relief for me.

jaylow
24-03-2008, 11:15 AM
Its in USJ 9 biz center. I was approached by someone from there before and he told me its in the area. upstairs. Should be able to locate as the number of rows is limited.

JL

firefox
24-03-2008, 05:58 PM
How do you deal with these ppl when you are a Christian and dont believe in their teachings?

Once I washing my car and when two of them came knocking on my gate and inspite of me telling them of my religious beliefs but they persisted to bother me and wanted me to open the gate so i accidentily turned on the hose on them and finally they got the hint and left me alone..what pests they are!!

BMW9700
24-03-2008, 06:26 PM
How do you deal with these ppl when you are a Christian and dont believe in their teachings?

Once I washing my car and when two of them came knocking on my gate and inspite of me telling them of my religious beliefs but they persisted to bother me and wanted me to open the gate so i accidentily turned on the hose on them and finally they got the hint and left me alone..what pests they are!!


they are trying to sell the watchtower subscriptions...the more they sell the better standing they have with god...i have known of families messed up by this cult..best stay away..

regards

bobkee
24-03-2008, 07:20 PM
One man's cult is another man's salvation.

My previous experience with Latter Day Saints (Mormons) was just to respectfully listen to their views and then inform them that I was "also" a Christian. I then invited them to pray together before they left.

Senang lah .. no antagonism and everybody left happy (plus they probably crossed my address out from their prospects list).

bcteh
24-03-2008, 07:53 PM
Haiyah .. freedom of religion lah :)

If we feel so convicted, we can only petition God .. cannot play God :P


I'm also Christian le ..but we do not believe in Mormons n JW ...

bobkee
24-03-2008, 08:29 PM
I am sure the feeling is mutual. We can say the same about Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims et al. We all hold different faiths (or none) with our own set of faith based truths. Some can be reconciled with others, some can't. I, for instance, would not subscribe to the tenets and doctrines of the Mormons or Jehovah Witnesses, that doesn't mean I write them off as untermensch. They're as human as others and in my faith understanding, also creation of God.

If we continue to focus on what we differ, we'll never see the end of it and just create conditions ripe for antagonism to grow. I'd rather focus on what we have in common and if given the opportunity share what I believe. Otherwise, I'll just try to live it out.

besitai2007
25-03-2008, 09:23 AM
I am a Theravada Buddhist and was one of the founding members of Metta Lodge Buddhist Vihara in Johor Bahru during the 1970s. My wife follows the Taoist tradtion of workshipping dieites plus ancestal workshipping. My son and eldest daughter are Christians. My second daughter is not committed religiously at the moment. So I have a mixed bag in my house. I try to understand their beliefs and do not try to influence them. I had issues with my eldest daughter before but have accepted her beliefs. Jehovah's witnesses have come to my house in USJ to preach several times. They are very committed religiously. What I do each time they come is to engage them in a friendly exchange of religious views. I tell them about my Theravada Buddhist views and listened to theirs. At the end we have a fairly good exchange and today I am still a Theravada Buddhist. :)