This week, we learn about the beginning of the use of light aircraft in Adventist mission work, especially in South America. source

Today, ‘This Week in Adventist History’ does a bit of a world tour: we visit the U.S. state of Michigan, the country of Liberia, and the country of Argentina. source

This week, we learn about the Great Kantō Earthquake, which struck Japan on September 1, 1923, and of the experiences of Seventh-day Adventists who experienced the earthquake. source

This week, we learn about the first Seventh-day Adventist camp meeting in eastern Canada, about the life of Henry N. White, and about the life of L. R. Rasmussen, Adventist…

This week, we learn about the Holm family, who served as overseas workers in what is now Indonesia and in Tanzania. source

We hear about a number of events which took place during this week in Adventist history. source

In this segment, we learn about the life of Eliza H. Morton, who died during this week in Adventist history. source

This week, we learn about the life and work of Vernon Nye, Seventh-day Adventist illustrator and artist. source

This week, we learn about an election, the creation of two new divisions in 1950, and the Adventist Church’s first missionaries to California in 1868. source

This week, we learn about the start of youth ministries within the Seventh-day Adventist Church. source

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