Rembrandt Morris

(1886-1957). Missionary to India. He attended public schools and later received a normal school diploma. In 1910 he became a Seventh-day Adventist and entered the Washington Foreign Mission Seminary in preparation for the ministry. While a student he canvassed with great success. Once after having earned his own scholarship, he earned one for his sister in nine days. In 1912 he married Belva Vance, and the next year they were sent to India, where they spent 36 years. While in India, he served as director of the Najibadad United Provinces Station (1914-1929) and the Chuharkana District (1930-1937); as superintendent of the United Provinces Mission (1938-1942), Punjab Mission (1942-1943), and West Punjab Mission (c. 1945-1948); as secretary of the Home Missionary Department of the United Pro...

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

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