A Mungle Along the Volga
This volume takes us into the heart of Russian villages along the Volga and we see the help and support given to individuals serving Jehovah in isolation, to tiny groups of publishers also dedicated to the truth. Many of these places, and there were dozens of them along the right bank of the river, now have their own congregations, or have blossomed into active groups which is really heartening. Many fine memories were made. Between 2000 and 2007 literally over 240,000 kilometres were travelled in my various cars, ‘Dorothy,’ Betty,’and ‘Louise,’ as we trundled along highways and unmade roads to meet newly interested ones, encouraged babushkas in wooden houses and shacks.
Many cups of forest floor sweepings tea were drunk, many pies and pancakes consumed, a number of grassy tufts thrown at us, (not too many), many kicks from opposers sustained. All taken in good humour and with the knowledge we were doing something vital for Kingdom Interests.
This volume also contains the very detailed and dramatic account of a court case regarding a banned convention which makes for compelling reading.
Published: 17 January 2013
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