Topic “Benjamin Baker”

How Oakwood Became the Mecca of Black Adventism II

This continues an earlier post. . .

Preaching has always been an integral part of the Oakwood experience.  At almost every major Oakwood event, preaching is involved.  Moreover, a very high percentage of black Seventh-day Adventist pastors are educated at Oakwood, and they are, it may be said, the face of black Adventism.

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How Oakwood Became the Mecca of Black Adventism

When this light was given me, I had never seen Huntsville.  I was shown that Huntsville would be a place of special interest to those who would act their part to help the colored people. -Ellen G. White

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Ted Wilson and Africa

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Like many General Conference presidents before him including Ole Olsen, William Spicer, William Branson, Robert Pierson, and his father Neal Wilson, Ted Wilson was molded by ministerial tenure in Africa.

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