Filmed in the 1970’s, “Yes, I Remember Ellen White” gives a human-interest glimpse of the life of Ellen White by four individuals who knew her personally.

The conversations between Arthur White, Mrs. White’s grandson, and his sister, Grace Jacques, her granddaughter, while walking and talking together at Elmshaven, Mrs. White’s last home, are shining little vignettes of human experience.  And who wouldn’t be captivated by the recollections of H.M.S. Richards, Sr., photographed in his study as he talks in that easy, conversational manner that marked him as one of the most prominent radio evangelists in America?  And don’t forget the memories of Ernest Lloyd, the longtime editor of Our Little Friend.