C. Bond

(1888-1971). Youth leader, administrator. Bond was a native of California and received his education at Pacific Union College. Upon graduation he began his ministry in the Arizona Conference, and later served in several California conferences and Cuba. He joined the General Conference Missionary Volunteer Department in 1927 and served as an associate secretary until 1946. Under his leadership the JMV classes and the MV Honors were expanded and refined. He wrote the JMV Handbook , which was for many years the official guidebook for the JMV classwork. He became known as “Mr. JMV ” because of his untiring work for juniors and his interest in the junior camp program. His book, Ideals for Juniors , an extremely popular volume, expands and explains the JMV Pledge and Law. After 18 years of s...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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