Topics

  1. 1. Good Health / Health Reformer

    devoted to health education. It was lost to the denomination with the separation of Dr. J. H. Kellogg from the church. It was last listed in the Yearbook in 1906. Editors: H. S. Lay, 1866–1868; editorial committee, 1868–1871; James White, 1871–1874; J. H. Kellogg, 1874–1906. ...
  2. 2. Berean Library

    S. H. Lane; (11) Religious Liberty in America , by C. M. Snow; and (12) The Coming King , by J. Edson ... discontinued. The library as listed in 1905 included: (1) Steps to Christ , by Ellen G. White; (2) Thoughts on ... Henry; (5) Looking Unto Jesus , by Uriah Smith; (6) History of the Sabbath , by J. N. Andrews; (7) Great ...
  3. 3. Publishing Work

    Sabbath Not Abolished (Review of J. Marsh). 36 pp. The Third Angel’s Message. 16 pp. James White, ed. ... organ); this was followed in 1852 by the Youth’s Instructor. James White was the first editor of these. ... periodicals. From the beginning, James White published tracts (many of them reprinted from periodical ...
  4. 4. International Health and Temperance Association

    1983–1985; W. O. Coe, 1985–1989; R. J. Kloosterhuis, 1989–1990; L. S. Ranzolin, 1990– . Executive Directors: W. A. Scharffenberg, 1948–1964; E. J. Folkenberg, 1964–1968; E.H.J. Steed, 1968–1982; Albert S. Whiting, 1983–1985; DeWitt S. Williams, 1985–1987; Thomas R. Neslund, 1987– . ...
  5. 5. Sanitarium Health Food Company

    were A. G. Daniells, S. N. Haskell, W. C. White, E. R. Palmer, G. W. Morse, and G. B. Starr. At this ... managing director): G. S. Fisher, 1918–1920; J. H. Camp, 1920–1922; W. O. Johanson, 1922–1926; G. T. ... given by Ellen White at the Brighton, Victoria, camp meeting in 1894. She spoke of different aspects of ...
  6. 6. General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

    J. N. Andrews, 1867-1869; James White, 1869-1871; G. I. Butler, 1871-1874; James White, 1874-1880; G. ... Ralph Thompson, 1980- . Treasurers: E. S. Walker, 1863-1865; I. D. Van Horn, 1865-1868; J. N. ... International/Griggs University. Also in the General Conference headquarters are the office of the Ellen G. White ...
  7. 7. Workers´ Institutes

    middle of December next, a series of exercises to be conducted by Elds. White, Smith, and others. ... White and Uriah Smith was published under the title The Biblical Institute: A Synopsis of Lectures on ... 1878). In 1883 S. N. Haskell conducted a 10-day Bible Reading Institute intended especially to train ...
  8. 8. Office of Human Relations

    successfully to White and Blackcongregations. J. G. Thomas reported such meetings in Jackson, Mississippi; ... interracial churches in the South were abandoned in the face of opposition from outside. J. E. White, in ... printed as a pamphlet by J. E. White), to the General Conference Committee at Battle Creek. In this she ...
  9. 9. American Health and Temperance Association

    thoroughgoing reform inaugurated. Chiefly through the writings of James and Ellen G. White, emphasis was given ... Seventh-day Adventists in behalf of a broad temperance program in 1863, but Ellen White had already warned of ... organizations appeared, including the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union. Mrs. White actively cooperated with ...
  10. 10. Christmas

    same periodical, the following advertisement by J. M. Aldrich, secretary of the SDA Publishing ... question, answered apparently by James White, sparked the dialogue: “Is it right to have Christmas trees and ... celebrating the day as people generally are accustomed to celebrate it” ( ibid. 53:43, Feb. 6, 1879). S. N. ...
  11. 11. North American Division Multilingual Ministries (NADMM)

    the shores of North America, being admonished to do so by Ellen White. Foreign Language Publications. Already in 1856 James White, J. H. Waggoner, and Uriah Smith had been appointed to prepare a tract on the Sabbath question for translation into German and other languages. The tract, written by J. H. Waggoner, ...
  12. 12. Tract and Missionary Societies

    way. Encouraged by S. N. Haskell, who then supervised the Southern New England Mission, they ... and Missionary Society was organized by S. N. Haskell in 1870 for the newly formed New England ... groups of churches. Haskell’s organization attracted the attention of James and Ellen White, who visited ...
  13. 13. Health and Temperance Department (GC)

    1980–1985; G. Gordon Hadley, M.D., 1985–1990; Albert S. Whiting, M.D., 1990– . ... incorporated in 1893, with J. H. Kellogg, M.D., as president, A. J. Read as secretary, and H. J. Rand as ... session, held May 22, W. A. George, M.D., was elected chair and J. E. Froom, M.D., secretary and executive ...
  14. 14. Art in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church

    King , by J. E. White (1898), contained a number of illustrations by the art staff of the Review and ... early evangelists sought to make their preaching effective. James White, who had probably used the ... the printing of SDA prophetic charts. Others using such charts were Joseph Bates, J. N. Loughborough, ...
  15. 15. The Daily

    letter to J. E. White, June 1, 1910, in White Archives, Ellen G. White Estate, Inc.). According to A. G. ... Daniel in German (see W. C. White letter to J. E. White, June 1, 1910, in White Archives). Conradi’s ... Opening Heavens , p. 31), so did J. N. Andrews in 1853 ( Review and Herald 3:145, Feb. 3, 1853; cf. p. ...
  16. 16. Camp Meeting

    which both James White and Joseph Bates, early leaders of the SDA Church, had participated, and in ... execution” ( Review and Herald 31:356, May 26, 1868). Two months later, in an editorial, James White set the ... Oct. 2, 1872, in Windsor, California. Present were J. N. Loughborough, M. E. Cornell, and James and ...
  17. 17. Sabbath School Department

    published in the Review and Herald or in the Yearbook were: D. M. Canright, 1878 [1879–1880?]; S. N. Haskell, 1878–1879; G. H. Bell, 1880–1881; W. C. White, 1881–1882; G. H. Bell, 1882–1883; W. C. White ... J. A. Stevens, 1936–1950; L. L. Moffitt, 1950–1958; G. R. Nash, 1958–1970; Fernon Retzer, 1970–1974. ...
  18. 18. Sabbath School Publications

    and variations. The first Sabbath school lessons were written by James White. He published the first ... monthly issue was delayed until October because, beginning on Aug. 20, White spent more than a month on ... Review and Herald 62:87, Feb. 10, 1885), the tradition had arisen that on this trip White wrote the first ...
  19. 19. Signs of the Times (Nampa, Idaho)

    month. Editors: James White, 1874–1881; J. H. Waggoner, 1881–1886; E. J. Waggoner, 1886–1891; M. C. ... later dropped from the title) was founded as a weekly in 1874 at Oakland, California, by James White ... a vacation in the Rockies, White had conceived the idea of issuing a publication on the Pacific Coast similar ...
  20. 20. Christian Record Services, Inc. (CRS)

    1902–1904; L. N. Muck, E. T. Russell, A. W. George, J. S. Hart, 1905–1907; B. E. Huffman, E. T. Russell, C. N. Roberts, J. S. Hart, 1908–1909; C. N. Miller, 1909–1911; L. N. Muck, Mrs. L. N. Muck, Mrs. A. O. ... Desire of Ages , by Ellen G. White, and Alone With God , by Matilda Andross, were recorded as talking ...
  21. 21. City Missions

    These were, as J. H. Waggoner said, quite in contrast with what were (and are) generally known as city ... S. N. Haskell, who promoted these evangelistic missions, described their function as a center for ... the investment of money and effort in these missions that Ellen White warned against overinvesting in ...
  22. 22. Death

    Brother Whiting last week, and the last, and again this week, and they think as do our Boston brethren, ... was Ellen G. Harmon (later Ellen G. White), who subsequently became a prominent leader and writer in ... Elder James White and His Wife, Mrs. Ellen G. White (1880) Mrs. White relates how she came to adopt the ...
  23. 23. Department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL)

    Eldridge, A. T. Jones, D. T. Jones, W. A. Colcord, J. O. Corliss, J. E. White, and W. H. McKee). The new ... position. Four SDA s (A. S. Maxwell, of London; Dr. J. Nussbaum, of Paris; R. A. Anderson, of Australia; and ... SDA position and authorized J. N. Andrews to interview members of the government in Washington, D.C., ...
  24. 24. Literature Evangelist / Colporteur

    seventh-day Sabbath. Their ministry covered portions of Italy, Switzerland, and France. In 1879 Ellen White ... associations, to sell doctrinal books to the public through house-to-house canvassers. In 1880 Dr. J. H. Kellogg ... once had a desire to become a preacher. James White, who was skeptical of King’s abilities, requested ...
  25. 25. Ordination

    expression of all present that our dear Brn. J. N. Andrews, A. S. Hutchins, and C. W. Sperry should be set ... Organization, Order, and Discipline , p. 101). To cope with this situation James White wrote an article entitled ... but it appears that even before it was published, White and some of the other leaders of the movement ...

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Topics

Good Health / Health Reformer

Berean Library

Publishing Work

International Health and Temperance Association

Sanitarium Health Food Company

General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists

Workers´ Institutes

Office of Human Relations

American Health and Temperance Association

Christmas

North American Division Multilingual Ministries (NADMM)

Tract and Missionary Societies

Health and Temperance Department (GC)

Art in the Seventh-Day Adventist Church

The Daily

Camp Meeting

Sabbath School Department

Sabbath School Publications

Signs of the Times (Nampa, Idaho)

Christian Record Services, Inc. (CRS)

City Missions

Death

Department of Public Affairs and Religious Liberty (PARL)

Literature Evangelist / Colporteur

Ordination

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