Naga City, --- Jehovah’s Witnesses annual convention for this year 2018 is set on July 20 to 22, 2018 at the Jesse M. Robredo Coliseum.
The theme for this year’s series is “ Be Courageous!”
Prior to this event, witnesses within the cities of Naga and Iriga and various towns of Camarines Sur will participate in a campaign to invite the general public to attend the program free of charge.
This convention is one of the series of conventions being held within the country and 180 lands worldwide which began on May through the third quarter of 2018. Other locations and dates for the convention can be found on their official website jw.org.
The three day program consists of 54 presentations that will include talks, audio dramas, interviews, and short videos. Additionally, a feature film entitled The Story of Jonah-A Lesson in Courage and Mercy will be shown on the final day of the convention program. Each day, the morning and afternoon sessions will be introduced by music videos prepared specifically for the convention.
David A. Semonian, a spokesman for Jehovah’s Witnesses states: “When you look at the news today, you can clearly see that people of all ages are dealing with more anxieties and fears than ever before. It takes courage to face these pressures. We welcome everyone to this year’s convention to benefit from the practical advice that’s contained in the Bible”
Who are Jehovah’s Witnesses?
Jehovah’s Witnesses are members of a worldwide Christian religion who actively share with others, information about God, whose name is Jehovah, and about his Son Jesus Christ. They view first century Christianity as their model. They believe that in addition to drawing one closer to God, living by Bible principles gives purpose to life, promotes strong family ties, and develops productive and honest citizens.
It is God’s infallible, inspired Word, upon which Jehovah’s Witnesses base all their beliefs. Some portions of the Bible are to be understood figuratively, or symbolically.
God’s Word gives unsurpassed practical advice on marriage, family life, human relations, happiness and many other subjects. Jehovah’s Witnesses believe that the Bible is the source of divine guidance.