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2012 Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesses (Yearbook of Jehovah's Witnesess #78)

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Experiances from Norway and Rwanda as well as publisher figures for the past year.
Paperback, 256 pages
Published January 2012 by Watchtower Bible & Tract Society

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I agree with the person who said they look forward to the release of the Yearbook every year. The story of what our Rewandian, (not sure I spelled that right, sorry) brothers and sisters went through was amazing and proves that Jehovah is always with us.
 Gigi Ann
I am always excited each year to read the new yearbook, because they are so encouraging and faith strengthening.

On page18 it tells about the Great Earthquake in Japan on March 11, 2011.

News reports from around the world have chronicled a rash of natural disasters, including earthquakes, tsunamis, tornadoes, hurricanes, floods, fires and volcanic eruptions. While space doesn't permit a report on all recent disasters, however... In the affected area, in Japan after the earthquake, four Kingdom Ha
So encouraging to read the accounts of faithful brothers and sisters over the years, and see how the work is growing! The section in Rwanda is particularly heart-rending but so so good.
This was a pivotal book for me. The experiences from Rwanda are breathtaking and inspiring. They really make you stop to think about what really matters. The more important things. I would recommend this book to any person, of any faith, whose heart is open to experiencing the beauty of a peaceful people in the midst of a horrific world.
Steve Avery
Reading about our brothers & sisters in other parts of the world not only strengthens me spiratually but strengthens all of us as one family. worldwide.
Yearbooks are a favorite treat each and every year. I look forward to new stats and info about specific countries and peoples.
Amazing. Especially the Rwanda parts. So sad what humans do to each other because of race.
The experiences of the brothers in Rwanda make me hope I will be as brave someday.
I always love to read every JW's yearbook . Always encouraging (:
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