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Sine Renlev was Denmark’s first female Seventh-day Adventist preacher. With her pleasant personality, her guitar, and her beautiful singing voice, she drew large numbers to her Bible lectures in public halls, tents, or the homes of interested people. Having become a Seventh-day Adventist in 1879, she almost immediately set out to preach the present truth, and no one could stop her from sharing her newfound faith.

The South Queensland Conference is a constituent conference of the Australian Union Conference.

Josephine Gotzian was one of the wealthiest and most consistent financiers of early Adventism from the time of her conversion in the early 1880s to the end of her life. She was a close friend and confidant of Ellen G. White.

​Edith M. Graham held multiple church leadership responsibilities in Australia and New Zealand and served as head of the Home Missionary Department of the General Conference.

William Calhoun Grainger was an educator, college president, and pioneer missionary to Japan.

​Miles Grant, an Advent Christian leader and editor of The World’s Crisis and Second Advent Messenger, was a vocal opponent of Seventh-day Adventism.

Walter Harper was one of the pioneers of colporteur work in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Ellen White wrote counsels to him during his two divorces.

​Josiah Sidney Hart was a pioneer Adventist minister and evangelist in the Iowa Conference.

Thomas Wilson Steen was an educator, administrator, minister, and psychologist.

Guilherme Stein Jr. was the first citizen to be baptized as a Seventh-day Adventist in Brazil.

Conrad F. Stoehr was a pastor, teacher, principal, and evangelist for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in South America.

​Vernon Paul Nye, an Adventist illustrator, was born to James Ervin and Blanche Nye on December 16, 1915, in Batavia, New York. He became interested in illustrations with pencil and ink at an early age. He attended school at the Mechanics Institute in New York.

​Mary F. Maxson Fish, an early Adventist believer from Adams Center, New York, was closely associated with church leaders such as James and Ellen White and J. N. Andrews during the 1860s and wrote regularly for church periodicals.

Fares Masokomya Muganda was a pastor, evangelist, and church administrator from Tanzania.

Julián Ocampo, regarded as the first Adventist pastor in Chile, was previously a tinsmith of Methodist confession who accepted Adventism in the north of the country.

Orlando Silveira Barreto, pastor, evangelist, and administrator, was born June 18, 1916, in the city of Alcântara, in the state of Maranhão, Brazil.

José Bellesi Filho, pastor and administrator, was born February 12, 1921, in the city of Fernando Prestes, state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Rodolpho Wagner Belz was a pastor, evangelist, teacher, and church administrator.

​The Union Conference Record dated January 1, 1900, announced the dedication of the Avondale Health Retreat on December 27, 1899.

​Langh Sawm Mang was an educator, administrator and translator from Myanmar.


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