The Christ Of The Narrow Way

The history of Christ’s church is still being written. Over the centuries God has led men and women of faith to dare and do great things for God.

For 150 years the Seventh-day Adventist Church has existed to carry on the tradition of practicing and communicating the truth as it is in Jesus.

This commemorative poster, The Christ of the Narrow Way, dramatically assists us in reviewing some of the outstanding events and individuals that have shaped the Adventist Church so far. It also challenges us to live up to
our destiny by focusing our attention on Jesus and following Him along the narrow path that leads to His kingdom.

This poster, suitable for framing, can be removed from this issue of the Adventist Review by carefully cutting along the dotted line.

The Christ of the Narrow Way — Elfred Lee, artist. This floor-to-ceiling mural, based on Ellen White’s first vision, extends the entire length of a 30-foot wall in the world headquarters building of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, Silver Spring, Maryland. It was commissioned by the Ellen G. White Estate, Inc., copyright 1991.



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One Response to “The Christ Of The Narrow Way”

  1. On April 23, 2012 at 1:32 am David Ross responded with... #

    I would like to see the picture, everyone is talking about it??

    Is it shown ever? Where can I see it or can you send me a Picture?

    Thanks David

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