Ellen G White Biography
Birthday: November 26, 1827 (Sagittarius)
Born In: Gorham, Maine, United States
Ellen G. White was a 19th century religious writer, missionary and co-founder of the ‘Seventh-day Adventist Church’, an internationally recognized religious organization. A prolific author, she has written over 5000 articles and 40 books during her lifetime. Some of her well-known publications include, ‘The Desire of Ages’, ‘The Great Controversy’ and ‘Steps to Christ’. Her publications are revered today as many believe her works are direct revelations from god. Her works have been translated in over 140 languages across the world and her publications mostly threw light upon topics pertaining to theology, evangelism, education, creationism and agriculture. As an advocate of vegetarianism, she stressed on the importance of treating animals with respect and believed that vegetarianism would help human beings grow spiritually. Some of her works on health and nutrition include ‘ Healthful Living’, ‘Important Facts Of Faith: Laws Of Health, And Testimonies’, ‘The Health Food Ministry’ and ‘Counsels on Diet and Foods’. She is believed to have been a woman of remarkable spiritual gifts whose religious efforts made an impact on millions of people around the world. To learn more interesting facts about her personal life, childhood, books and visionary experiences, scroll down and continue to read this biography.