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​Mary (Kelsey) White, the first wife of William C. White, served as an editor, treasurer, and missionary.

​The Ellen G. White Research Center of Bahia Adventist College (Bahia Adventist College FADBA White Center) is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, supervised by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated, headquartered in Silver Spring, Maryland, United States. The Ellen G. White Research Center - FADBA is located in the territory of the East Brazil Union Mission (União Leste Brasileira, ULB), and operates on the premises of Bahia Adventist College (FADBA), in Capoeiruçu village, city of Cachoeira, state of Bahia, Brazil.

The Ellen G. White Study Center of Parana Adventist College is a certified center dedicated to studying the Ellen G. White’s literary legacy and the history of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the south of Brazil. The institution is located in the mission field of the South Brazil Union Conference, and it is overseen by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated and by the Spirit of Prophecy Department of the South American Division.

​Ellen White lived in Australia between 1891 and 1900. Her ministry within the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific Division encompassed an expansion of mission-focused infrastructures fostered by her generous commitment to service and an inspirational visioning of sharing a Christ-centered gospel with the world.

Julius White had experience as a businessman before he accepted the position of president of the New England Sanitarium. He then served four years as a missionary in China, 1916-1920. On his return to America he ministered in northern California followed by a return to work with the New England Sanitarium and finally a role with Madison College, Tennessee.

"Education" is Ellen G. White’s classic work on the principles of Christian education.

​Julia Ann White was an Adventist physician and educator. She was the first female physician at Loma Linda Sanitarium who developed the initial nursing training programs at both the Loma Linda and Glendale Sanitariums.

​The Brazil Ellen G. White Research Center is an institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church overseen by Ellen G. White Estate Incorporated, which is headquartered in the city of Silver Spring, Maryland, United States.

Charles and Mary Paap together spent 27 years planting Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) churches in more Australasian communities than any other minister of their generation.

​Francis Eugene Stafford and Ellen Marie “Nellie” Jessen Stafford were Seventh-day Adventist missionaries to China. Francis served as a printer, and later as a pastor and administrator; Nellie worked as a book binder. Together they were among the earliest Adventist missionaries to serve in Shanghai, China. Francis’ Chinese name is 施塔福 (pinyin Shī Tǎfú).

​Ralph F. Waddell, M.D., and his wife, Ellen Dick Waddell, pioneered medical mission work in Thailand, taking leading roles in the development of Bangkok Sanitarium and Hospital and its School of Nursing. Dr. Waddell later served as Medical Department director for the Far Eastern Division and then for the General Conference.

​Mary Ellen Bates was an early proponent of family ministries in the Seventh-day Adventist Church. She encouraged the General Conference to establish the Home Commission department and was affectionally known as “the Mother of the Young Mothers’ Society,” a precursor of the Home and School Association.

Arthur Whitefield Spalding was a noted educator, prolific writer, pioneer of the Home Commission at the General Conference, and co-founder of Fletcher Academy.

​Edith (Ward) Parkin was a pioneer of Adventist Education in Australasia. As one of the earliest graduates of Avondale School’s teachers’ training course, Ward made a significant contribution to church school work through the establishment of primary schools in New Zealand and briefly in her work on Nulla Nulla Mission in New South Wales, Australia.

A. H. Williams was a pioneer missionary, church administrator, and medical director who served the Seventh-day Adventist Church with Mabel, his first wife, a teacher and midwife, in the Southern Asia Division, and with Iris, his second wife, a midwife, in Watford, England.

​UNADECA is a Seventh-day Adventist co-educational university located in Alajuela, Costa Rica. It exists to offer Christian university education to Central American youth and others who will then provide needed leadership and professional services to the Seventh-day Adventist Church and society in general.

Pastor James Kio was the fifth president of the Edo-Delta Mission of the Nigeria Union Mission from 1998 through its elevation to conference status in 2002 and continued in this role until his retirement in 2004.

​Palenque Mission is a part of Chiapas Mexican Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.


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