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Conventions

DO YOU WANT TO WATCH THE 2014 BIBLE STUDENTS GENERAL CONVENTION JULY 19-24?
Would you like to experience a convention where hundreds of Bible Students from all around the USA and even the world met together?  These Bible Students believe what was taught by the early Watchtower in 1916 and prior, in the days of Pastor Russell.  Envision the feeling of freedom to be able to fellowship openly with other students of the Bible.
 
Bible Students peacefully come to the General Convention each year to enjoy spiritual rejuvenation, Bible learning and loving Christian fellowship.  It is an opportunity to come away from the cares of this world for six days and be spiritually refreshed, and is attended by adults and young people of all ages.  The program includes talks (discourses) and panels on many Bible subjects, praise and testimony meetings, evening vesper services, and many hours of one on one fellowship.  There are also programs for children and young adults.  In short, Bible Students come to the General Convention to soak up the blessings, gain spiritual lessons, and enjoy fellowshipping with each other.

You can attend the General Convention over the Internet.  Prior to the Convention, we will provide you with the live feed Internet link, then later the link for the recording.  If you would like to attend this General Convention in person, send an email to me at BibleStudents1@GMail.com.  We can even trade phone #’s to discuss your interest and what you are looking for.  I’ll explain more of what the General Convention is about and answer your questions.  If we are both in agreement that it could meet your expectations, as well as be a blessing to you and the Bible Students that you will be visiting with, then we can discuss registration. 

If you would like a copy of the program/schedule, click here:  2014 Convention Program

The 2014 Bible Students General Convention in Johnstown, PA will be held from July 19 to July 24, 2013.  The convention program, travel directions, Internet broadcast (includes Adobe Connect, no special software but high speed connection required), and audio/video/presentation file download information is available at the following website:

INTERNET CONNECTION TO CONVENTION (Eastern Daylight Time)

All Internet connections to the convention can be made through the 2013 General Convention website at:
http://www.biblestudentsweb.com/general14

The Realmedia connection (audio and video) can be used if you have a slower Internet connection.  The audio quality of Realmedia may be better than Adobe for the chorus and musical performances.
RealPlayer version 10 or greater is required to view and listen to the RealMedia broadcast.
RealPlayer can be downloaded for free from the RealNetworks (www.real.com) web
site.  Click on the “Get Realplayer – Free” to download and follow the
instructions (do not select anything whereby you have to pay a fixed or monthly
fee).  The RealMedia broadcast will begin at the start of each discourse or event.  If
the Convention website link does not connect, the following address should be typed
into the Realplaer address block:
rtsp://205.134.166.100:554/encoder/general13

 

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You can listen to recordings of the last three General Conventions at the following links:

Find the 2014 Bible Students General Convention here:

Find the 2013 Bible Students General Convention here:

Find the 2012 Bible Students General Convention here:

Find the 2010 Bible Students General Convention here:

Find the 2009 Bible Students General Convention here:

Find more Bible Student conventions here:

44 comments to Conventions

  • Convention Announcement
    The Milwaukee Bible Students would like to invite believers in the ransom for all to our annual convention on Sept 27-28. For program information go to our website, http://www.milwaukeebiblestudents.org and click on conventions.

  • Erika

    Hi Bro Peter, I am having a problem with the conventions loading. I can see everything on the chat side but cannot see or hear anything even though the mic flashes letting you know someone is talking. I don’t know if I am logging in too late or not.

    • Peter K. (admin)

      Erika – Sorry for the delay. What you are clicking on from the “Convention page” is all recordings from General Conventions for several years up until this last 2014 conventions. I am able to get sound and video. The 2014 link takes you to the Columbus Bible Students website Which has the talks from the 2014 General Convention as well as from other conventions. The General Convention talks are through Adobe Connect, so you should be able to see a video of the speaker talking as well as hear the audio. I am not sure why you cannot hear anything. Have you tried another talk to see if may it is a problem with just one of the services? Can you get the audio when you go to a YouTube video? Are you sure you are getting sound out of your speakers? I think the problem is on your end and it is hard to know exactly what is is since I am not there with your. I hope you get it working. – Peter K.

  • Raychick7

    As a baptized Jehovah’s Witness myself, I find it very refreshing that you all want to attend the 2014 convention. I just recently went today, for my second time. Tomorrow is the last day for our convention. In Illionis we only go three days to the convention, not necessarily seven like it used to be. I’m pretty sure that’s for most circuits in the United States, but I’m not certain. lol

    The international Jehovah’s Witnesses conventions are also extremely beautiful. This convention has people from all over the world coming together to read God’s word. I got the chance to meet a Korean overseer and his wife. :) You might need a special invite to this one though…because I hear so many people want to attend but they don’t have a lot of room for them all.

    • Jacqueline

      Hi Raychick7, thanks for commenting. My family went to the Jehovah Witnesses international conventions in Indianapolis and I babysat for the preweek activities so they could attend. My other sons and family members went to the San Diego, Ca and the Atlanta Ga.
      I went to the Bible Students International Convention in Johnstown, Pa for 6 days and 2 extra. It too was a beautiful convention as we discussed deeply the Bible Scriptures digging deeply. The talks are not manuscripted and the brothers have latitude in presenting the scriptures from what they can harmonize.
      We have hot breakfast, Lunch and dinner prepared by the facility at University of Pa. and stay in the dorm room and apartments for a nominal affordable fee.
      We will now have an International in Poland in August.
      Our group is not as large as the Jehovah Witnesses but we share a lot of same thoughts on scripture to some degree. One main difference is Bible Students believe that the Bible teaches that Jesus is a RANSOM FOR ALL of Adam and his children.
      Were you in Dekalb, Ill? I used to go there. Did you hear the talk on Friday evening about the Bible Student and Jehovah Witnesses history? If so will you give us a review of it on this link:
      http://www.friendsofjehovahswitnesses.com/2014/07/12/do-you-want-to-watch-the-2012-bible-students-general-convention-july-21-26/ . Take Care and tell us more about how you found this site, please. Jacqueline

      • Dundee

        I went to a Bible Student convention some months ago for the 1st time in Delaware.i’m a baptized JW. I must say my jaw just dropped. I am in shock how wonderful!!

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