Events

  1. 351. Ellen Questions her Own Experience

    At times because of all the suggestions and accusations that were made, she was led to question her own experience. She wrote: ...
    1845
  2. 352. A Year of Crisis

    In 1837 a traumatic event occurred in the life of a small girl in Portland, Maine. This event eventually would have far-reaching consequences in all parts of the world. ...
    1837
  3. 353. Ellen White Goes to the West

    As the work proliferated, Ellen and James faced the problem of where they should most profitably devote their time and add their presence. ...
  4. 354. The Burden to go to Oregon and Washington

    The Lord did place the burden on her. Three days later she wrote: "I shall go to Oregon the sixth of Mayóshall remain two months unless I see more clear light" (letter 24, 1880). ...
    09. June 1880
  5. 355. Dr. Kellogg and James White Piling Stones

    Ellen White was concerned: The two leading men in the General Conference were doing little to exert a right influence on the sanitarium, which she mentioned as being "managed by one man's mind an ...
    1881
  6. 356. The Place of the Vision in Confirming the Sanctuary Truth

    Significantly, The Day-Star Extra dated February 7, 1846, had been devoted to the Bible study of Hiram Edson and O.R.L. ...
    1846
  7. 357. James and Ellen Accept the Seventh-Day Sabbath

    Soon after their marriage Ellen and James began keeping the seventh-day Sabbath. Scriptural evidence for this had first been given to them by Joseph Bates, a retired sea captain living in Fairhav ...
    1845
  8. 358. Ellen Feels Called to Speak on the Subject of Health Reform

    Both James and Ellen White made it clear they could not stand by the extreme positions taken in the Health Reformer, especially by the non-Adventist contributing editor, Dr. R. T. ...
  9. 359. Reorganization as the Editor

    At the General Conference session held in February 1871, James White was elected editor of the Health Reformer. In his reorganization of the journal he continued Dr. ...
    February 1871
  10. 360. The Changes Begin to Bear Fruit

    The changes James White instituted in behalf of the Reformer soon began to bear fruit. His editorials and articles added interest. He was able to persuade Dr. R. T. ...
    December 1871
  11. 361. The Home Situation

    On January 6, 1879 Ellen White wrote to Edson of the home situation in Dallas, Texas: Father is well, cheerful, and happy. Very kind and tender of me and my comfort. He is ...
    06. January 1879
  12. 362. The Clouds of the War and the White Family

    Soon after the White family settled in Battle Creek, the Michigan Fair Association secured considerable acreage almost adjoining the White property, and built a racetrack for trotting horses. ...
    1862
  13. 363. Ellen and James Very Busy

    For the next three months Adelia and the children were at the Howland home. Although James and Ellen White considered this their headquarters while in the East, their time was divided, Ellen with ...
  14. 364. Willie Stricken

    Ellen and James had learned something of the value of water in the treatment of disease in their encounter with diphtheria when the plague struck Edson and Willie; they also had learned the futil ...
  15. 365. The Decision to Use Hydrotherapy

    Ellen White reported their daring decision: We decided that we would not send for a physician, but do the best we could with him ourselves by the use of water, and entreat ...
  16. 366. The Treatment

    Nor was there any delay in making a beginning: The next day Willie was very sick. He was wandering. He did not seem to see or hear me when I spoke to him. His heart had no ...
  17. 367. God Takes Care of the Child

    The anxious parents watched over him day and night until they were both nearly worn out. It was very clear that the application of hydrotherapy in such a case called for tireless effort. ...
  18. 368. Willie Gets Better

    What consolation this dream, and the assurance that came to her husband a few hours before, brought to them! She reported: ...
  19. 369. Riverboat Activities

    The next vignette comes from a James White report of traveling on a riverboat up the Mississippi. Riverboat Activities ...
    1870
  20. 370. Starting the Snowy Range Trip

    James White describes the start of the Snowy Range trip: It was on Monday, 11:00 a.m., September 2, 1872, when we mounted our horses and ponies for the trip over the Snowy ...
    02. September 1872
  21. 371. Crossing the Continental Divide

    Pressing on early the next morning, they found it a steady climb to the 11,000-foot mark. "Here," wrote James White, "the air was so light that the climbing horses breathed and panted as though t ...
    September 1872
  22. 372. Ellen Travels East and Collects Money for the Journal

    Preparations for the trip across the continent were hasty and brief: All that there was cooked were a few gems. I put these in a paper box, the horses were harnessed, and ...
    June 1874
  23. 373. Sojourn in California

    A few weeks after attending the dedication of the school in Battle Creek on January 4, 1875, they left for California to assist in forming a publishing association and locating and putting up a p ...
    04. January 1875
  24. 374. Debilitation

    At the special session of the General Conference that had been held in late March, James White had participated in laying plans that called for one meeting to follow another, week by week, usuall ...
    March 1876
  25. 375. Plans for the Funeral

    Plans for the funeral called for some delay, for W. C. White and his wife, Mary, were across the continent, almost a week's travel time away. ...
    07. August 1881

Events

Ellen Questions her Own Experience

A Year of Crisis

Ellen White Goes to the West

The Burden to go to Oregon and Washington

Dr. Kellogg and James White Piling Stones

The Place of the Vision in Confirming the Sanctuary Truth

James and Ellen Accept the Seventh-Day Sabbath

Ellen Feels Called to Speak on the Subject of Health Reform

Reorganization as the Editor

The Changes Begin to Bear Fruit

The Home Situation

The Clouds of the War and the White Family

Ellen and James Very Busy

Willie Stricken

The Decision to Use Hydrotherapy

The Treatment

God Takes Care of the Child

Willie Gets Better

Riverboat Activities

Starting the Snowy Range Trip

Crossing the Continental Divide

Ellen Travels East and Collects Money for the Journal

Sojourn in California

Debilitation

Plans for the Funeral

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