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June 19, 2013

Jehovah’s Witnesses convention begins Friday in FW

FORT WORTH – People may often hear the expression, “What is Truth?” but rarely hear “God’s Word Is Truth.”

The latter phrase will be heard many times this weekend during the 2013 “God’s Word Is Truth!” district convention of Jehovah’s Witnesses. The convention is scheduled to begin Friday morning at the Fort Worth Convention Center.

The convention will highlight Biblical references and passages that prove God’s word is truth. Program parts will also encourage searching out Bible truths and how Bible truths can provide a clear picture to the future of mankind.

This three-day convention provides an in-depth understanding of Bible truths that will improve the quality of life today and remove misconceptions of common Bible teachings taught today. Attendees will see how understanding the truth of Bible teachings can help them to make wise decisions, improve family life, strengthen their personal relationship with God, and find true happiness.

Jehovah’s Witnesses invite everyone to attend and learn more about these timely and ever important Bible topics.

All three days of the convention, the morning program session will begin at 9:20 a.m. Admission is free.

Conventions of Jehovah’s Witnesses are supported entirely by voluntary donations.

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