Ellen G. White Writings

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Home and Church School Manual, Page 22

to my name, and a channel through which my blessing shall flow to the world.’ ... Something more is called for than a partial, onesided education.... The first lessons are of great importance. It is customary to send very young children to school.”—Special Testimonies on Education, 36, 37.

Teachers for isolated homes

“If parents are not able to send their children to school, let them hire an exemplary religious teacher who will feel it a pleasure to work for the Master in any capacity, who will be willing to cultivate any part of the Lord's vineyard. Let mothers and fathers co-operate with the teacher, and devote an hour daily to study, becoming learners with the children.”—P.C. February 2, 1895.

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