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Fordyce William Detamore was a radio ministry pioneer and worldwide evangelist during the middle decades of the twentieth century.
Georgia-Cumberland Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Southern Union Conference.
GO: The Journal for Adventist Laymen was published from 1951 to 1971 as the official publication of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventist’s Home Missionary department (predecessor to the current Personal Ministries department). As nations moved from the death and destruction of World War II to the uncertainty of the Cold War, the Adventist church saw a need to continue its mission to take the gospel of Jesus to the whole world. Recognizing that paid clergy could not complete this task alone, the church placed a renewed emphasis on training lay members to be involved in the mission of the church.
Ronald Byron Halvorsen was a former gang member and prominent evangelist in North America.
It Is Written, a Seventh-day Adventist television ministry founded by George Vandeman, began a weekly broadcast in selected American cities in 1956 and has since extended its reach throughout the world. The first religious television program to broadcast in color, It Is Written has innovated methods of using mass media technologies to augment local evangelism throughout its history.
Will Otis Palmer, a leader in the publishing field and a pioneer mission worker to the African American population in the southern United States, was born in Michigan in September 1865 to Charles C. and Cornelia A. (Sexton) Palmer.