A Call for Reorganization

Meeting the needs of a growing world church in 1901

Due to limited organization, three or four church leaders along with a General Conference Committee of 13 people were making all the detailed decisions for a work that was growing into a world organization.

These three or four men were exercising “kingly power” and threatened to impede further growth. At the 1901 General Conference session, Ellen White called for reorganization, which took place over a three-week period.



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