Events

  1. 426. Diversified Activities in New England

    After a few days of relaxation in the comfortable Howland home, james and Ellen White left for Massachusetts. For the next three months Adelia and the children were at the Howland home. ...
    October 1863
  2. 427. Extending the Work in the East

    Considering so many encouraging factors, the Whites offered to extend their work in the East for six months, one year, or longer, saying that to do so would be a considerable sacrifice, but that ...
  3. 428. The Struggle Leaving off the Use of Tobacco

    Ellen White wrote understandingly of the struggle some will have to leave off the use of tobacco, and suggested that they do as S. W. ...
  4. 429. The Use of Liquor and Tobacco among Adventists

    Quite early in the years following the Disappointment, as the believers met together there was recognition of the evils of liquor and tobacco. ...
    14. December 1851
  5. 430. Prerequisites to Church Membership

    Then in 1861 when the matter of church organization began to crystallize, the question came up: {WV 102.5} ...
    1861
  6. 431. Ellen Taken Off in Vision

    The Whites were entertained at the Aaron Hilliard home a few miles west of town. The Amadons and others came in for worship as the Sabbath was beginning. ...
    06. June 1863
  7. 432. A Call for an Active Ministry

    Then there was a call for an active ministry on the part of James and Ellen White along health lines. ...
    06. June 1863
  8. 433. Ellen Sets Forth What was Presented to her

    When she was in the home of Dr. H. S. Lay, he pressed her to tell him what she had been shown. She explained that much of what was presented to her was so different from the ordinarily accepted v ...
  9. 434. The Commision for Ellen and James

    In the vision of June 6, 1863, not only was there opened to Ellen White the basic principles of healthful living, but a solemn commission was given to her that would have a bearing on her work an ...
    06. June 1863
  10. 435. The White-Boys Saved from Diphteria

    Then there came to the attention of James and Ellen White Dr. James C. Jackson's method of treatment of diphtheria, embodying simple, rational methods in the proper use of water, fresh air, and r ...
    06. June 1863
  11. 436. Ellen's Writings not Influenced by Others

    Ellen had been working under heavy pressure to complete writing out the vision before she and her husband would visit the "Home on the Hillside" of Dr. Jackson in Dansville, New York. ...
  12. 437. Learning about Health Reform

    Having completed the work on "Laws of Health," which was to be a part of Volume IV of Spiritual Gifts, Ellen and James were now ready to make the trip to Dansville to spend a few weeks in learnin ...
  13. 438. Horatio S. Lay

    Dr. Lay was the Seventh-day Adventist physician of 17 years' experience at Allegan, Michigan, with whom Ellen White had talked soon after the health reform vision. ...
  14. 439. Extremes Taught in the Health Reformer Bring Crisis

    The publishing of extreme views in the Health Reformer in the summer of 1870 brought on a crisis. These extreme positions advocated would ban the use of milk, sugar, and salt. ...
    June 1870
  15. 440. Ellen White's Moderate Positions

    James White explained the moderate positions they held. He embodied this in his report from the Kansas camp meeting: ...
  16. 441. Practicing New Light

    The year previous to the Whites' first visit to Dansville had been full of anxious days in which they had learned firsthand of the value of the light they were receiving on the care of their bodi ...
    13. January 1863
  17. 442. Following Dr. Jackson's Method

    To James and Ellen White, who already highly valued "air, water, and light" as "God's great remedies" (ibid., Feb. 10, 1863), what Dr. ...
    07. February 1863
  18. 443. Moses Hull's Child Cured

    While the White children were making a speedy recovery, Ellen White was called one evening to the home of Moses Hull and his wife. ...
    17. February 1863
  19. 444. Henry Treated with Poisonous Drugs

    As the cold turned to pneumonia, a kindly, experienced physician was summoned, and Henry was treated in the conventional manner, which called for the employment of poisonous drugs. ...
  20. 445. The White Home Without Henry

    Looking back at the experience, Ellen White wrote: When our noble Henry died, at the age of 16ówhen our sweet singer was borne to the grave, and we no more heard hi ...
  21. 446. A Valuable Experience

    She added the significant words "This experience is valuable to us." What contrasting, thought-provoking object lessons James and Ellen White had experienced in just 11 weeks! ...
  22. 447. Ellen White Tries the Meatless Diet

    In the vision at Otsego, Michigan, light was given to Ellen White on major changes that would improve their health. ...
  23. 448. Health Reform is No Privation

    She continued: I left off these things [meat, butter, and three meals] from principle. I took my stand on health reform from principle. And since that time, brethren, you ...
  24. 449. The Stroke

    As they walked that early-morning hour, on Wednesday, August 16, they stopped for milk at Brother Lunt's home, and then stepped into the corn patch. ...
    18. August 1865
  25. 450. Seeking Help at Dansville

    After James' stroke on August 18, 1865, he was tenderly cared for by Ellen, joined by friends of the family. ...
    18. August 1865

Events

Diversified Activities in New England

Extending the Work in the East

The Struggle Leaving off the Use of Tobacco

The Use of Liquor and Tobacco among Adventists

Prerequisites to Church Membership

Ellen Taken Off in Vision

A Call for an Active Ministry

Ellen Sets Forth What was Presented to her

The Commision for Ellen and James

The White-Boys Saved from Diphteria

Ellen's Writings not Influenced by Others

Learning about Health Reform

Horatio S. Lay

Extremes Taught in the Health Reformer Bring Crisis

Ellen White's Moderate Positions

Practicing New Light

Following Dr. Jackson's Method

Moses Hull's Child Cured

Henry Treated with Poisonous Drugs

The White Home Without Henry

A Valuable Experience

Ellen White Tries the Meatless Diet

Health Reform is No Privation

The Stroke

Seeking Help at Dansville

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