Ole Grundset

(1886-1957). Minister, one of the pioneer workers in Manchuria, China. He received his education at Maplewood Academy, Hutchinson Theological Seminary, and Union College. After working as a colporteur in North Dakota, he entered ministerial training and later was engaged in evangelistic work in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Iowa. In 1912 he attended Washington Foreign Mission Seminary, and in 1913, after marrying Anna Sorensen, went to China, where he and Bernhard Petersen opened an SDA mission in Manchuria in 1914. While in China, he was ordained to the ministry. About 1921 he returned to the United States and took the medical course and graduated in medicine at Loma Linda in 1927. When the condition of his wife’s health prevented his returning to the mission fields, he entered private prac...

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

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