Events

  1. 376. Travelling to Europe

    Writing of the experience in her diary, she said, "I was no longer uncertain. I would venture to go with the party across the plains" (MS 16a, 1885). ...
    13. July 1885
  2. 377. George Butler Supports the School Idea

    George Butler, the new president of the General Conference, quickly joined in support of the school idea. On May 22 he wrote: ...
    22. May 1872
  3. 378. Ellen Finds Comfort in Jesus Christ

    Ellen often felt unreconciled to being a near-invalid. She also felt a deep sense of sin and guilt. ...
    1837
  4. 379. Ellen's Developing Christian Experience

    In March 1840, Ellen Harmon heard the message of William Miller for the first time. Then in the summer of 1842, at a methodist camp meeting, she was led to a new understanding of justification by ...
    1840
  5. 380. Ellen White Describes the Disappointment

    Ellen White gave this eyewitness account: We were disappointed but not disheartened. We resolved to submit patiently to the process of purifying that God deemed needful fo ...
    22. October 1844
  6. 381. Prayers for Ellen

    Soon the peace of God that she had enjoyed left her. She even refused to attend the meetings held in her home. But one evening she was persuaded to be present. ...
  7. 382. Fear of Exaltation

    One reason Ellen shrank from the trying ordeal was that she recalled the experience of some who had become proud after being entrusted by God with large responsibilities. ...
    December 1844
  8. 383. Traveling Through Maine and New Hampshire

    Ellen had promised to go if the Lord opened the way, and now, back in Portland, she was invited by William Jordan and his sister, Sarah, to journey with them to eastern Maine. ...
    1845
  9. 384. Ellen Gives her Witness

    Following this visit in Orrington, Ellen gave her witness in eastern Maine for several months, traveling day and night and speaking almost every day until she had visited most of the Advent bands ...
    1845
  10. 385. A Message of Encouragement

    A large number of people at this time were bitter and disappointed when the period passed without bringing the event that was expected. ...
    1845
  11. 386. Accepting Ellen White as a Prophet of God

    It was not easy to be a messenger of the Lord. Particularly at the beginning of Ellen Harmon's ministry it was important that the gift of prophecy promised to the remnant church be established wi ...
    1845
  12. 387. Account of Ellen While in Vision

    Another pioneer of the Advent movement who had witnessed the early manifestation of the gift of the Spirit through Ellen Harmon was John N. ...
  13. 388. Four Characteristics of the Visions

    Individual visions were marked by various characteristics, but James White pointed out four: ...
  14. 389. James Accompanies Ellen

    But one of the most difficult problems that confronted her and her family at the beginning of her ministry was the matter of transportation. ...
    1845
  15. 390. James White and Ellen Harmon Getting Married

    One of the most difficult problems that confronted Ellen and her family at the beginning of her ministry was the matter of transportation. She was young, frail and in poor health. ...
    1845
  16. 391. Thinking About Marriage

    James and Ellen had been closely associated in travel and labor through much of 1845, but apparently neither had given thought to marriage. ...
    January 1846
  17. 392. The Beginning of the Review and Herald

    Present Truth was the forerunner of the paper that would be known by a number of names until the day: Advent Review, Advent Review and Sabbath Herald, Review and Herald, and
    July 1849
  18. 393. The Tour East

    From July 21 to October 6, James and Ellen White were on a trip east to Maine. They spent several weeks, holding conferences and visited Ellen's dying brother Robert in Gorham. ...
    June 1852
  19. 394. The Work in the East

    In addition to working on the charts, James White was eager to join Loughborough and Hull in evangelism in the Eastern cities. ...
  20. 395. Ellen on the Water Therapy

    They observed the various forms of water therapy, as the half-bath, the "plunge," the cold sheet pack, the compresses, and fomentations. Ellen White said: ...
  21. 396. Ellen White Gives her Testimony

    Ellen White was shown that: Our Sabbathkeeping people have been negligent in acting upon the light which God has given in regard to the health reform, that there is yet a ...
  22. 397. Ellen Copes with Grief in Colorado

    16 days after James's death, Ellen left for Colorado on August 22, 1881, where she expected to spend a few weeks in retirement and rest and rejuvenation. ...
    22. August 1881
  23. 398. Ellen White Finds a Home Base in California

    After traveling out from Oakland to visit among the churches in northern California through the early winter months of 1881/1882, Ellen decided that she would make Healdsburg her California headq ...
    07. February 1882
  24. 399. Ellen White Ventures Abroad

    An invitation for Ellen White to visit Europe had come from the members of the Central European Mission. ...
    1884
  25. 400. Ellen Reluctant to go to Europe

    At first Mrs. White was overwhelmed with the idea of traveling to Europe. She was in her late 50s and considered herself old. ...
    1884

Events

Travelling to Europe

George Butler Supports the School Idea

Ellen Finds Comfort in Jesus Christ

Ellen's Developing Christian Experience

Ellen White Describes the Disappointment

Prayers for Ellen

Fear of Exaltation

Traveling Through Maine and New Hampshire

Ellen Gives her Witness

A Message of Encouragement

Accepting Ellen White as a Prophet of God

Account of Ellen While in Vision

Four Characteristics of the Visions

James Accompanies Ellen

James White and Ellen Harmon Getting Married

Thinking About Marriage

The Beginning of the Review and Herald

The Tour East

The Work in the East

Ellen on the Water Therapy

Ellen White Gives her Testimony

Ellen Copes with Grief in Colorado

Ellen White Finds a Home Base in California

Ellen White Ventures Abroad

Ellen Reluctant to go to Europe

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