Want to know more about the Adventist Village in Battle Creek? What about the fascinating stories of the Adventist pioneers during the early phase of the Advent movement? Join historian Jim Nix and listen to his mesmerizing storytelling.
Known as the “most honest man in town,” David Hewitt (1805-1878) was the first convert of Adventist pioneer Joseph Bates in Battle Creek, he was also the person who first proposed the name “Seventh-day Adventist” during a meeting held on October 1, 1860.
The Past With a Future - James and Ellen White House
Enjoy a visit to the Battle Creek's home of James and Ellen White—an important place for anyone interested in Adventist history. If you would like to know more, please follow this link: https://www.adventistreview.org/i-remember-ellen-white
Enjoy another interesting video in our Adventist Historic Village series on John Daigneau, the man who facilitated the connection between those in Battle Creek and Europe. Read an article about how it all started by clicking the link: https://www.adventistreview.org/no-permission-needed.