interestingly enough, the OCA has this article published in their latest issue of their magazine:
"The mission field
at your front door
Instead of slamming the door on
Jehovah’s Witnesses, share your
faith with them!
Knowing that the Apostles traveled thousands of miles
to spread the Gospel, we could easily become overwhelmed
by Christ’s command to “make disciples of all nations”
[Matthew 28:19]. This is precisely how I felt when two KJehovah’s Witnesses appeared at my door a few summers
ago. After letting the door bell ring a few times, I decided to
step outside my comfort zone, sensing that God had sent them
not to convert me, but so that I could proclaim the fullness of
the Gospel to them. While it seemed like a daunting task, I
believe that a seed was planted in their hearts which only God
can nurture over time.
In my experience, Jehovah’s Witnesses are genuinely kind
people who have adopted false beliefs about Jesus Christ.
While they visit with conversion in mind, they are interested in
engaging in conversation about faith. Used to having people
ignore or close their doors on them, they are appreciative – if
somewhat caught off guard – by those who engage them in a
Fundamentally, the Jehovah’s Witnesses follow the same
heresy that led to the convocation of the First Ecumenical
Council – Arianism. While they believe that Jesus Christ is the
Messiah, they hold that He is inferior to God, thereby rejecting
the doctrine of the Holy Trinity.
It is my hope that the following passages will help encourage
others to open their doors and become “evangelizing disciples” –
without leaving home or traveling thousands of miles!
taken from: http://www.oca.org/PDF/DOC-PUB/TOC/2010/toc-spring-summer.pdf