Episode 30: J.N. Loughbourough - What Doest Thou Here Elijah
ADVENTIST HISTORY - LINEAGE (Series 2) • 4m 58s
When he was a young boy John earned twelve and a half cents helping his father and uncle on a building project they were working on. He sent the money for missionary work in Africa, having a deep burden to see souls won into the kingdom through this means.
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Episode 44: Madison College & ASI
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Episode 31: Young Pioneers - Death & ...
Mount Hope Avenue in Rochester, New York was home to about 20 young Adventist workers who served in various capacities at the Review and Herald office located there. They were, vibrant and passionately dedicated to the cause of spreading the Gospel.
Episode 43: The Morning Star
Edson White stood in the doorway of the large, bare room staring at the papers strewn across the floor. He stooped down to pick up a faded carbon sheet. Scrawled across the page in his mother’s familiar handwriting were the words “Our Duty to the Coloured People”.