Join Molly the doll as she explores her new home. Through Molly, children will meet one of the most influential early Adventist pioneers, William Miller. Explore Miller’s home and farm in Whitehall, New York. Uncover what life was like during a much simpler time and how William Miller’s great hope in Jesus’ return can be their hope too.
Regardless of our age, we each need a greater love for God and His interventions in history. The words of Ellen G. White echo in our ears:
“We have nothing to fear for the future, except as we shall forget the way the Lord has led us, and His teaching in our past history.”
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A graduate of Atlantic Union College, Linda May Everhart spent 30 years as an elementary school teacher in New York, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Vermont. Within her teaching career, she took time to be a full-time mom and homemaker—the best thirteen years of her career. For ten years, she and her husband, Jim, were site managers of the William Miller Farm, an Adventist Historic Site in Upstate New York, and then became docents at the Hiram Edson Farm, another Adventist Historic Property. At the Miller Farm, she was known as the “cat lady” for all the feral cats that she cared for there. She enjoys reading, writing, and visiting museums and parks. She and her husband live in Eau Claire, Michigan.
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Posted by TSImarketing on 26th Jul 2018
TEACH Services received the following:
“In this creative, colorful book young readers are introduced to William Miller’s home and legacy. A great introduction to the beginnings of the Adventist movement.”
~ Chantal Klingbeil, Associate Director Ellen G. White Estate
Posted by TSImarketing on 25th Jul 2018
TEACH Services received the following review:
“As I page through Molly Find a Home, I am reminded of the art I used to dive into and live in as a child on long Sabbath afternoons in books such as Your Bible and You and Humpy the Moose. I feel like I have personally visited the William Miller home, and you can be sure that when I do get to visit, I will look for Molly the Dolly!”
~ Debra Anne Wintsmith, author Church School Blues and Precious Jewels, a Seventh-day Adventist Family Saga