Heartwarming Stories of Adventist Pioneers (E-book)
They spent their lives, their health, their pennies - and their fortunes - in spreading the three angels' messages. The lives of the early Adventist pioneers were filled with hardships, sorrows, and joys as they gladly followed God's leading, doing their best to spread the news of Jesus' soon coming to take His children to their heavenly home. T... more »hese are their stories. Anna Knight traveled 382 miles to be baptized. N.D. Faulkhead was intimately associated with the Masons and other secret societies - until he had a dream one night. S. N. and Hetty Haskell, in the right place at the right time, challenged a fanatical movement. Leonard and Elvira Hastings' crying baby and unharvested potatoes provided an unusual witness. Maude Sisley Boyd learned to set type in a language she didn't know. Marian Davis was Ellen White's "chief worker" in arranging the material for her books. Frederick Wheeler was the first ordained minister to preach the Sabbath. Stephen Smith hid a letter in a trunk for 28 years that could have saved him from a life of anger and hate. Alma Baker McKibbin, often called upon to do what she didn't know how to do, did it anyway. John Loughborough made a 16 month trip around the world when he was 77 years old, traveling 47,500 miles, preaching 352 times. And Ellen White kept her promise to her dying husband to carry forward the work.