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Glimpses Into the Life of Ellen White



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By James R. Nix

ISBN: 9780828028158 | 96 pages | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2016

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“Brothers and sisters, I commend unto you this book.”

Those words, spoken in 1909, were part of the closing remarks given by Ellen White at the last General Conference session she attended. Sixty five years earlier she’d accepted the call to be the Lord’s messenger. She was seventeen years old. She made it her lifelong ministry to uplift Scripture and to point people to Jesus.

Glimpses Into the Life of Ellen White is filled with stories that provide a fascinating look behind-the-scenes at the life and times of Ellen White. Some of the stories will make you smile; others will move you to tears; but all of them show that Ellen White was a very real person who chose to dedicate her life in service to the One she called, “My Father.”

We sometimes forget that our pioneers were all real people—God started our church using real people. Come to think about it, real people are all He still has to finish the work that needs to be complete before Jesus returns.

James R. Nix is a consummate storyteller who is at his finest when sharing stories of early Adventist believers and Mrs. White in particular. Glimpses Into the Life of Ellen White is filled with fascinating accounts that give a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Ellen White and provide a glimpse of the unseen world.

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“Brothers and sisters, I commend unto you this book.”

Those words, spoken in 1909, were part of the closing remarks given by Ellen White at the last General Conference session she attended. Sixty five years earlier she’d accepted the call to be the Lord’s messenger. She was seventeen years old. She made it her lifelong ministry to uplift Scripture and to point people to Jesus.

Glimpses Into the Life of Ellen White is filled with stories that provide a fascinating look behind-the-scenes at the life and times of Ellen White. Some of the stories will make you smile; others will move you to tears; but all of them show that Ellen White was a very real person who chose to dedicate her life in service to the One she called, “My Father.”

We sometimes forget that our pioneers were all real people—God started our church using real people. Come to think about it, real people are all He still has to finish the work that needs to be complete before Jesus returns.

James R. Nix is a consummate storyteller who is at his finest when sharing stories of early Adventist believers and Mrs. White in particular. Glimpses Into the Life of Ellen White is filled with fascinating accounts that give a behind-the-scenes look at the life of Ellen White and provide a glimpse of the unseen world.

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James R. Nix


James R. Nix, director since 2000 of the Ellen G. White Estate located at the General Conference in Silver Spring, Maryland, has worked for more than 40 years for the White Estate.  During that time, he has authored several books and numerous articles dealing with Ellen White and Adventist history.  In 1981 he helped establish, and currently chairs, the board of Adventist Heritage Ministry that operates four historic Adventist sites.  Known for being a story teller, Elder Nix also has a passion for keeping alive our early Adventist hymns.  In 2015, a long-time dream of his was fulfilled with the opening of the Ellen G. White Visitor Center at the White Estate’s main office.  Elder Nix is married to Mindi, a middle school teacher at Spencerville Adventist Academy.  He has one daughter, Shannon, and one grandson, Tiernan.