From child preacher to wicked defector: leaving the Jehovah’s Witnesses

Naomi Mourra (Image by Paige Cockburn)
Naomi Mourra

Growing up, Naomi Mourra thought she was going to live forever.

She was told the end of the world was coming, but she would survive the apocalypse and live in paradise for eternity, because she was special.

She spent her youth in Western Sydney, preaching these same beliefs to neighbours, strangers, and classmates because Naomi was raised as a Jehovah’s Witness.

Now, though, she describes herself as the city’s only Lebanese, lesbian, ex-Jehovah’s Witness.

Naomi says she “woke up”, and it wasn’t until she realised Armageddon was not actually coming, that she truly started to live.

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Josef Vopinka

Josef Vopinka

Coming out of one can of worms and jumping into another can of worms! So where does accountability to God come into play? If one does not have accurate biblical doctrinal knowledge of God’s thoughts an individual quite often believe they are only accountable to themselves and only to themselves, as Frank Sinatra sang year’s ago “I did it my way”

Oscar Chott

Oscar Chott

I want to know what these dumbasses would do with even 1000 years? Dont think they realize the very things they want.