Conversations with former Jehovah's Witnesses that the online Ex-Jehovah's Witness don’t hear from as well as those you may know. A variety of stories with the aim to feature the message: You are not alone.
"Dear Jehovah...It's Over."
On this episode we interview Jeshanah NaraBemi. Jeshanah (aka MissOldSoul) is a feisty spirituality blogger whose mission is to bring joyful relief to those who are struggling on their path of self-actualization. She’s no stranger to the Jehovah’s Witness. Having been raised as a Jehovah’s Witness she was shunned by her family and friends when she decided she had a mind of her own. She joins Ruben Ortiz and Betsy Jael to share her story, and stay tuned to the very end for a special preview of some #woowoofuckery featuring host Joe Mitchell.
Chris Stuckmann's Endgame
Film critic and filmmaker Chris Stuckmann surprised his close to 1.9 million YouTube subscribers with his video, "How I left the Jehovah's Witnesses to pursue filmmaking."
We have a great conversation with Chris about this video and delve further into his story. From the elders telling him he can no longer pursue his dreams to Chris finding success in his passion, his story will remind you that you are not alone and that you can successfully break from the organization's grip.
I Plead The Fifth
On this episode we have an engaging conversation with Cliff Henderson V aka Fifth. We discuss his new rap album "One Years Old." We also discuss his former affiliation with the Jehovah's Witness organization and his exodus from it.
She Was A Ministerial Servant
On this episode we have a conversation with former Jehovah’s Witness Ministerial Servant, Laura Cornwell Engram. Yes, you read that correctly. She was a Ministerial Servant. Laura is a writer, a student, an advocate of free thought with intersectional...
Growing Up A Black Jehovah's Witness
In this episode we explore what happens when black culture intersects with a religion that was created by American white men. This conversation will have you questioning the claim that the Jehovah’s Witness religion is the most racially inclusive. We...
Strange Beliefs and Urban Legends
If you were a Jehovah’s Witness, you believed many things that go way beyond the usual Christian narrative. On this episode we discuss a few of the strange beliefs and urban legends we were exposed to as Jehovah’s Witnesses.
Fellow Ex-Jehovah’s Witness
I am an ex Jehovah’s Witness and I’ve had a really hard time on my journey, amazing to have a podcast to be able to relate on others and know I’m not alone!! Would love to be on the show or share insights. Thanks y’all! You guys are awesome.
Thank you for such relatable content
I listened to Kevin Williams story and I’m surprised to see how much I felt like listening to myself. Our stories are similar and I loved being able to relate so much and not feel so alone. Thank you so much. Amazing work!
The panda story. I get it 100%. Thanks guys.