General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh-Day)
A sabbatarian influence, derived from the Seventh-day Baptists, emerged in the Adventist movement in the 1850s. Sabbatarian Adventists were then split by the appeal of Ellen G. White, who published a series of prophecies. Those who rejected the prophetic ministry of White found their initial unity around a periodical, the Hope of Israel (later known as the Bible Advocate). While existing as a loose association, the group more formally organized as the General Conference of the Church of God (Seventh-day) in 1906.