This week, we learn about Jessie Viola Bosworth; the preparation of an enumeration of Adventist beliefs; and the organization of the Greater New York Conference. source

This week we learn about William Ambrose Spicer (1865-1952), Adventist Church missionary and administrator. source

This week, we learn about some of the efforts that Alonzo T. Jones made to advocate for religious liberty. To learn more about Jones’ life, visit https://bit.ly/3sbXpHS. source

This week we learn about Edgars Chernevskis, an Adventist from Latvia. source

This week, we learn about several Adventist schools from Adventist history (some of which still exist today!). source

This week, we learn a little bit about how, during this week in history, American Adventists celebrated Thanksgiving and about Anna L. Colcord, author of an Adventist cookbook. source

This week, we learn about the twelfth General Conference Session, and about the life of Henry S. Shaw, Adventist educator, administrator, and pastor. source

This week, we learn about the life and service of Juan Gaston Clouzet, a key worker in the South American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. source

This week, we learn about William and Elizabeth Grainger, the first Seventh-day Adventist Church workers in Japan. source

The 3rd Annual Adventist Archives Lecture, titled “New Works in Many Languages: Ellen G. White, the urgency of translation, and an Adventist way of being in the world”, was presented…

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