Adventist woman EllEn Gould White

She was born November 26, 1827 In Gorham Maine.

Helped form what today is known as the Seventh Day Adventist Church

Ellen G. White was also a writer and believed to be a prophet.

Ellen G. White was a person that traveled a lot so that she would be able to spread Gods word. She was also able to spread Gods message throughout her writings.

At the time of her death Ellen White's literary productions totaled approximately 100,000 pages: 24 books in current circulation; two book manuscripts ready for publication; 5,000 periodical articles in the journals of the church; more than 200 tracts and pamphlets; approximately 35,000 typewritten pages of manuscript documents and letters; 2,000 handwritten letters and diary materials comprising, when copied, another 15,000 typewritten pages. Compilations made after her death from Ellen White's writings bring the total number of books currently in print to more than 130.

Ellen G. White died July 16, 1915.


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