Meade MacGuire

(1875-1967). Youth leader. Born in Wisconsin, he at the age of 16 organized the youth of his church into a society for Christian service. In his early life he served at the Review and Herald Publishing Association for five years. Always interested in young people, he at one time organized the youth of Battle Creek for study and missionary work. In 1900 he moved to Colorado to recuperate from ill health, and by 1902 was sufficiently recovered to begin work in the Colorado Conference office, where he served for five years. Later he was business manager of Boulder Sanitarium and hospital He was given an opportunity to preach when he joined in an effort held by H.M.J. Richards and George Watson, president of the Colorado Conference. After hearing MacGuire’s sermon, Watson said to him, quoteF...

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

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