EGW Children’s Stories
Angel Over Her Tent presents Mrs. White as a person all youth would enjoy knowing. We share the loneliness of her separation from her boys during her trips in the service of the church, her concern for people in desperate need of food and help, her quiet sense of humor, her enjoyment of Sabbath afternoon picnics. The reader watches as she struggles with danger and visits faraway places. This book will give every young person a new insight into Mrs. White’s life.
God’s providences in the history of our church can well form a very valuable part of the story presentations made to our boys and girls and our young men and young women. Emphasis was given to this in the 1961 North American Leadership Training Camp conducted at Lone Star Camp, Athens, Texas
True stories from accounts of the visions of Ellen G. White that were verified by hundreds of reliable witnesses, some of whom have left written reports of the events and circumstances accompanying them. Detail and conversation are based on Mrs. White’s personal correspondence and diary records, upon her own stories and those of her son, William Clarence White, who was my father, and upon information gleaned from her relatives and friends. Some stories are based upon my own 33 year intimate acquaintance with my grandmother--Ellen White.