More than 170 names are on the Review and Herald's payroll today, but the Adventist publishing work began in 1849, with only one person: James White.
In 150 years the Review and Herald and Southern Publishing printed millions of books and magazines. Adventist Book Centers brought products to people and families around North America. Best-sellers like Project Sunlight and magazines like Insight and Life and Health, now called Vibrant Life, inspired millions in their Christian walk. Literature evangelists knocked on countless doors, and bookmobiles brought products to every corner of the country.
Today the Review serves a global church, printing Bibles for Romania, magazines for Russia, health brochures for Africa, and much more. The gospel message comes off the presses and truly does encircle the world like streams of light.