Layman’s Home Missionary Movement

The Layman’s Home Missionary Movement, founded by Paul S. L. Johnson in 1919, is a non-sectarian, interdenominational religious organisation that arose as an independent offshoot of the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society after the death its founder, Charles Taze Russell. It is active in many countries including Poland and the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and various parts of Africa.

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