Arthur G. Daniells
Arthur G. Daniells (September 28, 1858 – April 18, 1935) was a gifted administrator and most notably the longest serving president of the General Conference. Daniells was concerned with the development of a spiritual ministry, and led in the formation of the Ministerial Association and Ministry magazine. He was one of the denomination’s most dynamic leaders. He authored The World War, A World in Perplexity, Christ Our Righteousness, and The Abiding Gift of Prophecy.