Celebrating the significance of Ellen G. White 100 years after her death
By molivarez - June 24, 2015

This summer, Pacific Union College will host the Ellen G. White Centennial Legacy Conference  July 16-18, 2015.  The events will be held at Pacific Union College and at Elmshaven, White’s personal residence in Deer Park, and will feature a celebration of her historical significance and vibrant legacy in the areas of education, science and medicine, theology, and women’s leadership.

A special luncheon and lecture will be held at Elmshaven on July 16. Dr. Eric Anderson, director of the Walter C. Utt Center for Adventist History, will present a talk on  Ellen White, Elmshaven and the Napa Valley.

For more information on registration, schedule of sessions and meals and lodging, please visit : Ellen G. White Centennial Legacy Conference

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