Ellen G. White: The Progressive Years, 1862-1876 (vol. 2)

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9780828001205

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Volume two of the Ellen G. White biography traces the development of James and Ellen White's leadership roles in the infant Adventist church. By 1875, their roles were well-defined-James as apostle and organizer; Ellen as messenger of the Lord. During these years of growth, Adventists established sanitariums, schools, camp meetings, and sent their first missionary overseas.

Volume two of the Ellen G. White biography traces the development of James and Ellen White’s leadership roles in the infant Adventist church. By 1875, their roles were well-defined–James as apostle and organizer; Ellen as messenger of the Lord.

The events covered in this volume include the health reform vision of 1863, organization of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists, establishment of Battle Creek College, and the beginnings of a church-sponsored journal, a publishing house, and a medical institution in the West. J. N. Andrews was sent as a missionary, camp meetings were introduced, and Ellen White became a much-sought-after public speaker and a prolific author. James and Ellen became advocates of good health and urged reform.

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Item Format Hardback
Page Count 512
Language English
Year Published 03/07/2002
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