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The Seventh-day Adventist Church got back on track after the problems of the 1890s by undertaking very major organizational reforms at the famous 1901 General Conference Session, where Ellen White urged that change was needed “right here … right now”. More information can be gained from A. L. Chism, D. J. B. Trim, and M. F. Younker) “We aim at nothing less than the whole world”: The Seventh-day Adventist Church’s missionary enterprise and the General Conference Secretariat, 1863–2019 (Silver Spring, MD: Office of Archives, Statistics, and Research, 2021), available from Amazon; and Barry David Oliver, SDA organizational structure: Past, present and future (Berrien Springs, Mich.: Andrews University Press, 1989)

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