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Where the Great Controversy Vision Took Place

Story by Shannon Kelly

In Wood County, Ohio, a historical marker identifies the location of the first Adventist church built in Ohio. On Feb. 8, 1862, Oliver Mears organized a congregation and set up a tent in what was then a walnut grove in Wood County. Members constructed a building there in 1864 until it moved to its present-day location in Bowling Green. It was here where White experienced her vision of the Great Controversy.

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