Knock, knock: Jehovah's Witnesses resume door-to-door work
By DEEPA BHARATH Associated Press
Jehovah's Witnesses have resumed knocking on doors again after a 30-month hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic.
From coast to coast, members of the Christian denomination fanned out in cities and towns Thursday to share literature and converse about God for the first time since March 2020.
Members have continued evangelizing during the pandemic through letters and phone calls.
But they have missed the warmth of in-person interactions and say it is the most effective and rewarding way to get their message out.
In the words of one Witness, door-knock evangelizing "feels Christ-like."