Two years later, a man in Denmark heard about GLOW and wanted the literature in Europe. A printer by trade, he offered to print the tracts for free. God provided translators. The word spread to young adults and the ministry was international.
The idea isn’t new. On November 18, 1848, Ellen White was shown in vision that her husband, James, should start a little paper. Like “streams of light,” it would eventually go “clear round the world.” Like the beginning of the Advent movement, GLOW’s small pocket-size tracts are going around the world.