Adventism in Quebec: The Dynamics of Rural Church Growth 1830-1910

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Adventism in Quebec: The Dynamics of Rural Church Growth 1830-1910 traces the instructive story of the precipitous rise and intermittent decline of Sabbatarian Adventism in rural southern Quebec. Originating out of the Millerite or Second Advent, movement of the 1840s, the Sabbatarian wing of Adventism that later developed into the Seventh-day Adventist Church florished for a time in that area of Quebec bounded on the south by Vermont and on the north and west by the St. Lawrence River. That area is known as the Eastern Township.

In this highly readable account, the author goes beyond history to provide a thoughtful reflection on the pointed and poignant lessons church leaders - locally, regionally and nationally must learn about keeping a faith and movement alive and thriving in a rural setting.

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