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  1. 99376. Health and Happiness

    16 July 2003
  2. 99377. Help on an Ellen White Report

    21 November 2002
  3. 99378. L. Hoopes

    (1859-1925). Educator, editor, missionary. He was educated at the University of Nebraska and taught there and at other schools for several years before accepting the Seventh-day Adventist faith in 188 ...
  4. 99379. J. Cook

    (1804-1874). Baptist minister, Millerite preacher, and editor. After the disappointment in 1844 he joined J. D. ...
  5. 99380. Jules Guenin

    (1883-1965). Evangelist, teacher, author, and administrator. He was born in Switzerland and was baptized into the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1898. ...
  6. 99381. C. Scriven

    (1896-1964). Administrator. He was born in Iowa and entered the ministry in the South Dakota Conference in 1916. ...
  7. 99383. Saint

    A person set apart, or dedicated, to holy use or service ( Heb. qadoÆsh , Aram. qaddéÆsh , Gr. hagios , meaning “holy one,” “one separated,” or “set apart.” The KJV also translates the Heb. ...
  8. 99384. Adventist Men

    A men’s service organization that was intended to give direction and strength to church lay leaders, lay preaching, and other lines of Christian service, such as prison ministry, civil defense, and ce ...
  9. 99387. Critics on Ellen G. White

    29 April 1996
  10. 99388. Request Clarification

    11 August 1997
  11. 99389. Ellen G. White's Writings (2)

    08 December 1999
  12. 99390. David Voth

    (1875-1968). Chaplain, evangelist, administrator, pastor. He was a native of South Dakota and a graduate of Union College. ...
  13. 99391. Theophil Babienco

    (1850-1943). One of the pioneer Seventh-day Adventists in Russia; lay evangelist. He was a native of the village of Tarashcha in the Ukraine south of Kiev. ...
  14. 99392. Lionel Brooking

    ( fl. 1892-1904). One of the earliest Seventh-day Adventist converts in Argentina, and later a colporteur in Argentina and in England. ...
  15. 99393. Alfred Cooper

    (1867-1945). One of the pioneer Seventh-day Adventist workers in Mexico. He was born in England but later lived in the United States. ...
  16. 99394. Robert Ingersoll

    (1874-1955). Medical missionary to India. His parents became Seventh-day Adventists shortly after his birth, and he joined the church at the age of 14. ...
  17. 99396. Church Ministries Department

    Department created at the 1985 General Conference session in New Orleans, formed from a merger of four former departments and a service of the General Conference (namely, Lay Activities, Sabbath Schoo ...
  18. 99398. Vermont: Conference and Baptism

    Thursday morning, December 26, James and Ellen White and John Andrews hastened on to northern Vermont, where a conference was to begin in West Enosburg Friday evening in the church close to the A ...
    27. December 1867
  19. 99399. The Retirement Years

    09 August 2000
  20. 99400. John Lipke

    (1875-1943). Pioneer missionary in Brazil; teacher, administrator, and physician, who helped to establish Adventist publishing, educational, and medical work there. ...

Library

Health and Happiness

Help on an Ellen White Report

L. Hoopes

J. Cook

Jules Guenin

C. Scriven

Voting on Sabbath for Temp. Cause (13-D)

Saint

Adventist Men

Christ Engaged in Play (25-B-10)

Elijah Fed by Ravens (31-C-25)

Critics on Ellen G. White

Request Clarification

Ellen G. White's Writings (2)

David Voth

Theophil Babienco

Lionel Brooking

Alfred Cooper

Robert Ingersoll

Ellen G. White and Fund Raising (16-U-1)

Church Ministries Department

Rose Davis

Vermont: Conference and Baptism

The Retirement Years

John Lipke

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