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Finding new ways for outreach

After knocking on doors as one of Jehovah’s Witnesses for more than 40 years, 89-year-old Amos Brooks of Gloucester didn’t miss a beat transitioning his volunteer ministry to phone calls and letter writing once the pandemic halted in-person preaching and meetings. He’s one of thousands of seniors in the Christian organization who say they’ve actually become more involved and active during the past two years, a release stated.

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