James Shultz

(1884-1957). Editor and minister. After studying at Mount Vernon Academy, he served as a minister and departmental secretary in the Ohio Conference. In 1907 he presented a paper on the organization of conference MV societies at the Sabbath school and young people’s convention held at Mount Vernon, Ohio, in which the MV Society was first organized. After a brief term as a missionary in Korea, he served as pastor of the Capital Memorial church in Washington, D.C., then as educational secretary for the Columbia Union Conference. In 1913 he went to China and there edited the Chinese Signs of the Times magazine. Returning to the United States about 1920, he preached in the Columbia and Atlantic unions. Later he edited the Watchman (1936-1942) and was a member of the committee that republished...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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