Around 1900, the population of San Francisco was doubling every few years. Tens of thousands of people came to the city - and Adventists were ready to help out. They established a network of restaurants, shops and treatment centers. They provided homes for orphans, gave jobs to unemployed people and shared the love of God with them. They were working for God full-time, in a self-sustainable way. They were missional entrepreneurs.
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