Ellen G. White

To Teachers and Managers

This excerpt from Testimonies for the Church, volume 6, pages 145-147, reflects God’s direct interest in the success of Seventh-day Adventist educational programs. Ellen White wrote this in 1900, just as the church was establishing colleges and worker training schools in many places, including Nebraska and Washington in the United States, as well as Australia, South Africa, and Denmark. —Editors

Sound Judgment, Not False Sympathy

I call upon our school faculties to use sound judgment and to work on a higher plane. Our educational facilities must be purified from all dross. Our institutions must be conducted on Christian principles if they would …

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