We understand, in common, I believe, with all that fear God, that this law of God is the great rule of right. JN Andrews: Flame for the Lord. Virgil E. Robinson. TEACH Services, Inc., Apr 23, - Biography & Autobiography - pages. 0 Reviews. John N. Andrews () Category: Early Adventist Pioneers; First SDA Missionary. J. N. Andrews was the first SDA missionary sent to countries outside North America. When I read the fourth commandment, therefore, I call your attention to one of the grand points which we believe justify our existence as a distinct people, and the work we have undertaken to do. James's rule on this, and you will see that it is very stringent:
Return to Menu John Nevin Andrews is most notably know in the Seventh-day Adventist Church as our first missionary overseas. Andrews was born July 22,in Poland, Maine. He quit school at age 11 and was largely self-taught.
It is reported that he was fluent in seven languages and could recite the New Andews by memory. His uncle Charles, a member of the U.
Congress, offered to pay for his jn andrew biography as a lawyer so he could follow a political career.
However, early inat age 15, John accepted the Sabbath from a tract written by T. It biohraphy the jn andrew biography of his life. Andrews had a long and productive association with the church and with James and Ellen White.
His name first biographh in Adventist literature at age 20 when he wrote a letter to the "jn andrew biography" of the Review, James White, dated October 16, When the first Adventist press was set up in Rochester, New York, inhe at age 22 was one of a publishing committee of three with Joseph Bates and James White.
The next year Andrews was ordained to the Adventist ministry. By this time, 35 of his articles had been published in the Review.
Ellen White had a vision that confirmed his conclusions. He published the first of several editions of History of the Sabbath in In he went to Washington, D. He was elected as the third president of the General Conference in When the first camp meeting was held in Wright, Michigan, inhe showed his personal side as he went around to the tents at the end of the
jn andrew biography, asking: Ellen White urged him to remarry, but when he went to Europe in as the first official Seventh-day Adventist missionary, he went as a widower biigraphy his teenage children, Charles and Mary.
White wrote to church leaders in Europe: Although he received frequent corrections andres Mrs.
White, Andrews wrote often in support of her ministry and her visions. Always literary, he established the Adventist press in Basel, Switzerland. Andrews died in Europe of tuberculosis in kn, at the biogrwphy of He is buried in Basel, Switzerland.