Frank Bond

(1876-1924). Pioneer Seventh-day Adventist worker in Spain. He was a member of a family that contributed several workers to the church, among them C. Lester Bond, youth leader and author. His father, James Monroe Bond, a descendant of Oregon pioneers, was a farmer in Stanislaus County in California when his uncle, Seth, a convert of J. N. Loughborough, came to tell his brother of his new beliefs. Joining the SDA s, James Bond left farming and became a physician. His son Frank determined early in life to become a minister. After graduation from Healdsburg College, California, where he studied theology (1893-1899), he preached in Arizona and worked among Spanish-speaking settlers. In 1902 he and his brother Walter volunteered to pioneer SDA work in Spain, arriving there in 1903. In 1905 he r...

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

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