Events

  1. 551. Arriving at Dansville

    The Whites were cordially welcomed by Dr. Jackson, and the next day all in the party were given physical examinations. ...
  2. 552. Four Years later...

    Four years later he was happy to report that: We have worked in accordance with our faith, and with the blessing of God, and the cooperation of faithful friends at the ins ...
    July 1871
  3. 553. James Regains Strength and Makes a Bold Proposal

    Following much the same program and enjoying the same activities as they had on their previous sojourn here, including a camping trip, James regained his strength. ...
    1874
  4. 554. Starting the Signs of the Times

    After he proposed the idea of a journal in California in an article in the Review, and at the General Conference session in November 1873, James White printed the first issue of the Signs of the ...
    May 1874
  5. 555. James White: A Natural Urge to Stand in the Lead

    When James and Ellen White went to Texas, their general long-range plans were to remain there for the winter, then in early May travel to Colorado, where they might spend a few weeks (RH, Nov. ...
    1879
  6. 556. The Public Press Eulogizes James White

    James White was known quite well across the land, not only as one of the founders of the Seventh-day Adventist Churchóa church that had grown to 17,000 in his lifetimeóbut also as a ...
    08. August 1881
  7. 557. The First Publications

    How could James and Ellen get their wonderful news across to the widely separated, somewhat bewildered people? ...
  8. 558. The Eight-Page Present Truth

    At a conference in the home of Otis Nichols in Dorchester, Massachusetts, November 18, 1848, Ellen White was given a vision in which God made it clear that the time had come to publish. ...
    18. November 1848
  9. 559. Tent Meetings are a Complete Success

    At the close of the season James White summed up the success of what had been an experiment. He explained: ...
    24. October 1854
  10. 560. Michigan or Vermont?

    There were a number of men of good judgment in both Vermont and Michigan capable of assuming most of the responsibilities of which James White felt he must divest himself. ...
    May 1855
  11. 561. Systematic Benevolence Related to the Tithe

    This plan, developed by leading men in the church, became known from the outset as "Systematic Benevolence." Almost from the first the close relation of Systematic Benevolence to the tithe was ob ...
    1861
  12. 562. Need for Organiztion for Publishing Interest

    The first minister in the field to respond to James Whites statement in the Review in February 1860 was R. F. Cottrell. His immediate reaction was decidedly negative. ...
    February 1860
  13. 563. Dudley M. Canright Becoming a Minister

    After he had listened to the preaching of the third angel´s message at a camp meeting, the young Dudley M. ...
  14. 564. Canright Accepts the Adventist Message

    Canright, the oldest son in a southern Michigan farm family, had listened favorably to the preaching of the third angel's message at a tent meeting. ...
  15. 565. The War Excitement Impetes Evangelism

    The perplexities incident to the war increased as the rate of the bounty was raised, necessitating still heavier calls for means from Seventh-day Adventists. ...
  16. 566. New Evangelists: Loughborough, Cornell, and Andrews

    As the third angel's message accelerated, new talent joined the ranks of evangelistsómen like 23-year-old J. N. Loughborough, M. E. Cornell, and J. N. ...
    1854
  17. 567. Better Results Through Longer Meetings

    The use of a tent was a new approach in evangelism for Sabbathkeepers. Different plans were followed in the 14 tent meetings held in Michigan in the summer of 1854. ...
    July 1854
  18. 568. Loughborough Describes the Condition

    John Loughborough reported concerning financial support for four months of service while holding tent meetings in Illinois, that he had received his board, lodging, and traveling expenses and abo ...
    December 1857
  19. 569. Church Discipline

    This was followed by an in-depth article from Loughborough titled "Church Discipline." He wrote at length of the relation of members to church officers, of the problems of dealing with those who ...
  20. 570. Minnesota

    When the Review that reported the meeting of the Michigan Conference came to the hands of J. N. ...
  21. 571. Recognition of God's Providence

    But suddenly a change came. On April 9 General Robert E. Lee surrendered at the Appomattox Courthouse in Virginia. The war was virtually over. ...
    11. April 1865
  22. 572. The Evening-View

    Joseph Bates was considered the father of the Sabbath truth. As captain of his own vessels, he had sailed far and wide and was acquainted with the matter of time-keeping in various parts of the w ...
    21. April 1851
  23. 573. Hiram Edson Describes the Disappointment

    Hiram Edson gave a vivid account of how they looked for the coming of the Lord "until the clock tolled twelve at midnight. Then our disappointment became a certainty." ...
    22. October 1844
  24. 574. Dr. Jackson on his Method

    Jackson reported that over a period of years, while employing these means in hundreds of cases involving young and old, not one patient had died. ...
  25. 575. Frederick Wheeler's Confession

    Frederick Wheeler's "Confession," published in the Review of December 3, was typical. It was heartfelt and extended, and said in part: ...
    03. December 1861

Events

Arriving at Dansville

Four Years later...

James Regains Strength and Makes a Bold Proposal

Starting the Signs of the Times

James White: A Natural Urge to Stand in the Lead

The Public Press Eulogizes James White

The First Publications

The Eight-Page Present Truth

Tent Meetings are a Complete Success

Michigan or Vermont?

Systematic Benevolence Related to the Tithe

Need for Organiztion for Publishing Interest

Dudley M. Canright Becoming a Minister

Canright Accepts the Adventist Message

The War Excitement Impetes Evangelism

New Evangelists: Loughborough, Cornell, and Andrews

Better Results Through Longer Meetings

Loughborough Describes the Condition

Church Discipline

Minnesota

Recognition of God's Providence

The Evening-View

Hiram Edson Describes the Disappointment

Dr. Jackson on his Method

Frederick Wheeler's Confession

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