I did have my testimony book in its entriety on the site for awhile, but what is there now is just the testimony from the home page. It costs me about $10 US to copy and bind the testimony book, (57 pages, 8 1/2 X 11, plus photograph pages as of June 1, 2005; 14 chapters)
You know, I've heard of this place in Brooklyn that has been very successful in printing massive amounts of pseudo-religious material. Maybe they'd be willing to publish your book for you....
I'm not as savvy as you guys, or Mrs R, in preaching. The only thing I can do is educate people on the beliefs of the JWs. I do this alot and many people are surprised when they hear what the JWs believe in regards to the 144,000, why they don't celebrate birthdays, etc. Although I wouldn't be able to "beat" a JW in a "preaching match", I've made my donation to society by educating some into not becoming a part of that cult.
I don't consider myself "savvy" in preaching. Most times the words just come out of my mouth and I even shock myself. It's not us, it's the work of the Holy Spirit, which is why you have been able to steer people away from the WT without even trying. You certainly are doing your part and Jesus smiles down on you for it.
And to think the JWs believe they are the only ones who preach!!
Yeah, right! That's what they want the members to believe. Of course, they can say they are the most frequent at the doors. But that isn't the only way to preach the Gospel. As a matter of fact, when do you read that Jesus or the Apostles were going "door to door"? When the Bible speaks of them preaching in homes, it is to families when one person has shown interest (see for instance Acts 16:27-33). Usually, though, Jesus and His Apostles preached in public, in the synagogues. Yet I clearly remember when the Pentecostals would go into the streets preaching that Jesus is Coming, the JW's would laugh and make fun of them, as though their way is the only way to preach. I find informal preaching is the best way for me. Just talking to someone casually about God lets them relax, open up and ask questions. I believe each person has a gift, and should use it accordingly to spread the Gospel.