By Arthur Lacey Whiteen

Volume three picks up the Ellen White story at a high point in her ministry–a time when she was writing on the life of Christ and also engaged, with her husband, James, president of the General Conference, in a grueling camp meeting labor that had become a recurring summertime activity. The last years of James White’s life were marked by notable achievements in building the church and its institutions in spite of periods impaired by illness. His rather sudden death at the age of 60 shocked both Ellen White and the church.

Book code: 3BIO


Published by  Hagerstown, MD: Review and Herald Publishing Association


496 Pages


Ellen G. White: The Lonely Years: 1876-1891 (vol. 3)

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