About the Book
This book tells the story of how Adventism penetrated many of the smaller towns in Kentucky and Tennessee. Fortunately for history, the early Adventist pioneers had a keen sense of public relations and informed Adventists of their work through sending news stories to the Review.
Uncovered in this book are stories of dedication, sacrifice, persecution and victories among those starting a new religious movement in difficult territory. The hardships seemed to inspire them to keep their faith, and the early churches bore rich fruit. The work of those who laid the foundation for what is now the great Kentucky-Tennessee and Georgia Cumberland Conferences has stood the test of time.
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About the Author
Albert Dittes resides in Portland, Tennessee, and is the author of four other books. In addition to writing, he is a semi-retired musician who still plays piano and organ for three churches and teaches some private piano lessons. Albert graduated from Southern Adventist University with a bachelor’s degree in history, Andrews University with a master’s degree in theology, and Ohio University with a master’s degree in journalism.
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