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Can you summarize Ellen Whites thinking about this potentially conflicting relationship between church leaders and independent ministries?

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Can you summarize Ellen Whites thinking about this potentially conflicting relationship between church leaders and independent ministries?

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The reason this can easily be done is because twice Ellen White’s helpers prepared such a summary. The first summary was written in 1899. It is found in a letter written by William C. White, Ellen White’s son, after consulting with her. The letter was sent to P. T. Magan at Battle Creek, before he moved the college to Berrien Springs, and later co-founded Madison. It summarized Ellen White’s position on the delicate matter of whether independent ministries should ask church members for funds, if church leaders refused to share with them. “Her views are that we should do now as has been done in the pastlet the men representing the different enterprises meet with the members of the General Conference Committee, and prayerfully consider plans and ways and means for building up all branches of the work, then agree upon such plans for presenting the work as will show the people that it is a perfect unity, and that there is no rivalry, and raise money in such a way as that the building up of

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