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Ellen G. White: The Later Elmshaven Years, 1905-1915 (vol. 6)



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By Arthur L. White

ISBN: 9780828001243 | 472 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2002

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This last volume in the six-volume biography of Ellen White is devoted to the last decade of the fruitful life of this messenger of the Lord. It covers the establishment of the Loma Linda Sanitarium, the San Francisco earthquake, and the establishment of Pacific Union College. During this time she also published the 1911 edition of The Great Controversy, and during the next few years produced several other books.

Although the author (Ellen White’s grandson) spent his working lifetime involved in the custody of the Ellen G. White writings, as he did the research for this biography, he was amazed at the frequency and number of visions given to Ellen White during the last decade of her life. What did not amaze him, however, was the substantial influence these visions exerted as the counsels given were heeded and the reproofs were received and integrated into the thinking and actions of church members and leaders.

It was the author’s wish and prayer "that the portrayal presented in this volume, which covers the crowning decade of Ellen White’s ministry and sets forth her optimistic attitudes, her concerns for the church, and her confidence in its triumph, may help us to know her better, understand her ministry more fully, and lead to the reading and rereading of the counsels she has left as a legacy."

This last volume in the six-volume biography of Ellen White is devoted to the last decade of the fruitful life of this messenger of the Lord. It covers the establishment of the Loma Linda Sanitarium, the San Francisco earthquake, and the establishment of Pacific Union College. During this time she also published the 1911 edition of The Great Controversy, and during the next few years produced several other books.

Although the author (Ellen White’s grandson) spent his working lifetime involved in the custody of the Ellen G. White writings, as he did the research for this biography, he was amazed at the frequency and number of visions given to Ellen White during the last decade of her life. What did not amaze him, however, was the substantial influence these visions exerted as the counsels given were heeded and the reproofs were received and integrated into the thinking and actions of church members and leaders.

It was the author’s wish and prayer "that the portrayal presented in this volume, which covers the crowning decade of Ellen White’s ministry and sets forth her optimistic attitudes, her concerns for the church, and her confidence in its triumph, may help us to know her better, understand her ministry more fully, and lead to the reading and rereading of the counsels she has left as a legacy."

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Pages 472
Author Arthur L. White
Publisher Review and Herald Publishing
Language ENG
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Title Alpha Ellen G. White: 06 The Later Elmshaven Years, 1905-1915 (vol. 6)
Title Catalog Ellen G. White Biography
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Author Code 1145
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Year Published 03/07/2002
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AUTHOR BIOGRAPHY:

Arthur L. White


Arthur Lacey White (1907–1991) was secretary/director of the Ellen G. White Estate from 1937 to 1978. He succeeded his father, William C. White, who was a son of Ellen G. White and had managed his mother's estate since her death in 1915 until his own death in 1937. Soon after Arthur became in charge of the White Estate, church leaders moved the estate from her "Elmshaven" home near Angwin, California, to Takoma Park, Maryland.