Ellen has a vision in which she is told "your house is the world." She says the scope of the current work is too limited and that the message needs to be spread around the world. At the 1874 General Conference, JN Andrews is sent to Switzerland as the first overseas missionary.
Numerous pamphlets and publications are printed to get the Advent message out to a skeptical public. The early Adventists struggle to pay for the publishing effort. Ellen White says a periodical will start small and then go around the world. The Advent Review is born.
Through happiness and heartbreak Ellen White grows in her understanding of scripture. Her visions help clarify truth. Despite money trouble and the agony of burying two of her sons, Ellen remains true to her role as the lesser light leading to the Greater Light.