Ellen G. White (1827-1915) is the most widely translated American author and the most widely translated female author of all time.  Her works have been published in  more than 140 languages.  Though her formal education ended at the age of 9, her literary productions totaled approximately 100,00 pages on such topics as health, education, family, Bible history, and practical Christian living.  Today millions look to her writings for guidance and motivation.

This biography is an abridgment of the 6 volume work produced between 1981 and 1986 by the Review and Herald.