From remarkable visions (numbering more than 2,000) to her voluminous body of literary works on a variety of religious themes, Ellen White enjoyed an extraordinary career, not only compared to women of her day, but also when compared to the most prominent religious leaders today.
In addition to these contributions, she was also a sought-after public speaker. (Her largest speaking engagement was before a crowd of 20,000 people.) Her public speaking usually focused on religious subjects, but often she was asked to speak on education, home life, health, and temperance.
In this section, we’re going to look at each aspect of her ministry, rooted in her extraordinary visions regarding the return of Jesus Christ to her remarkable insights about health and education principles that were decades before her time.
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