Geoffrey Jackson

Geoffrey Jackson became a member of the Governing Body of Jehovahs Witnesses in September 2005
Geoffrey Jackson became a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses in September 2005.
Geoffrey Jackson was born in Queensland, Australia in 1955. His mother was studying the Bible with Jehovah’s Witnesses and got baptized as a Witness of Jehovah. Geoffrey Jackson was becoming a baptized Jehovah’s Witness in the Queensland outback in 1968.
Geoffrey Jackson had a strong love for Jehovah and started pioneering in January 1971 at the age of 15 after having received the required school certificate. He pioneered in Tasmania. In this time Geoffrey Jackson married his wife Jenny. Together they served as special pioneers in isolated assignments.
In 1978 they attended an international Convention in Papua New Guinea. There he was motivated to become a missionary, to learn other languages and to give talks.
Back in Australia Geoffrey Jackson and his wife Jenny were invited to serve as missionaries on an island. They started the missionary work in January 1979 in Tuvalu.
Despite the fact that learning of the new language was not easy they kept on trying. And at last succeeded. They conducted numerous Bible studies.
In 1980 they even worked as translators for the branch office of Jehovah’s Witnesses. 1985 Geoffrey Jackson and his wife Jenny where assigned to the Samoa branch. They assisted there with translation into different languages.
And in 1996 they get a similar assignment in the Fiji branch. In 2003 they were transferred from the Translation Department in the Fiji branch to Translation Services in Patterson, New York. And became part of a team that helps to develop the translation of the literature from Jehovah’s Witnesses into additional languages. They visited various countries to help train translation teams.

Since September 2005 Geoffrey Jackson is a member of the Governing Body of Jehovah’s Witnesses

On you can read a life story (from 2015) told by Geoffrey Jackson.

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