Nancy J. Sage

Nancy Sage PicNancy J. Sage was born Nancy Joanne Hike in a mid-western town of Omaha, Nebraska. She attended South High School in south Omaha and was raised to believe in the religion of Jehovah’s Witnesses.

From the age 5 she found herself drawn to a love of spirituality by her parents Frances M. and William M. who studied the Bible enthusiastically and became baptized in the Jehovah’s Witness religion. She remembered vividly the happiness displayed in her every day life during that time and became baptized herself at the age of 8 years old at their annual convention located in St. Louis, Missouri. She experienced that inner peace manifested by her parent’s spiritual joy and wanted also to dedicate her life serving her creator Jehovah God.

She was married to her husband Jerry S. Sage also a Jehovah’s Witness and raised by his grandmother who was baptized in the teachings of Jehovah’s Witnesses. He assumed the responsibility of being a congregational presiding elder for 15 years.

Together they raised 3 children, Thomas R, Gloria J and Tamra J. They also were baptized as Jehovah’s Witnesses.

It was in the 1970′s they discovered their religion grew into a cult and all of them resigned in 1983 except for their oldest daughter Gloria, they lost her because of the shunning policy instituted by their Governing Body. Nancy decided to go back into the Jehovah’s Witness Cult (Undercover) in hopes of rescuing her daughter.

Nancy is the author of the book: “Going Undercover to Rescue My Daughter, From the Cult of Jehovah’s Witnesses“.

For more information about Nancy e-mail her: nancyjsage@hotmail.com

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