Acts of Jehovah’s Witnesses in Modern Times
The Danes—thought of as tall, fair-haired, ruddy, and muscularly powerful—trace their line of descent to the Vikings, who navigated the Atlantic a thousand years ago. Come and see how the good news has spread across their country of meadows and moors and small beach-bordered lakes, even reaching the shores of Greenland and the Faeroe Islands.
In the narrow neck of land that connects North and South America lies the country of Honduras. In it live a people varied and interesting—Indian, white, black, and a beautiful combination of all three. How did the good news reach them in their land where mahogany and cedar grow? By a woman on horseback! Now read the rest of the story.
Situated just north of the equator, and bathed by the tepid water of great tropical seas, lies a country that enjoys a climate more uniformly hot and moist than almost any other part of the globe. On this soil in the late 1930’s, missionaries opened up the preaching of the good news. Find out how it has prospered.