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Arthur Mountain, Jr. spent forty-four years in the service of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, twenty-nine of them in mission work in Asia. He trained as a teacher, but worked as a literature evangelist, minister, business manager, treasurer, and mission president.

​Arthur Mountain Sr. held a number of positions, primarily in financial management, in the fledgling Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia and New Zealand.

​Mozambique is one of the countries that constitute the territory of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

Mozambique Union Mission is a subsidiary church administrative unit of the Southern Africa-Indian Ocean Division of Seventh-day Adventists. It was organized in 1933 and reorganized in 1972. Its headquarters is in Maputo, Mozambique.

Jack Mahlatini Mpofu served as a Seventh-day Adventist pioneer, teacher, and pastor in both Southern and Northern Rhodesia (Zimbabwe and Zambia) respectively.

​Yohana Kajembe Mseli was one of the first six Seventh-day Adventist converts in Tanzania. His life story illustrates some of the struggles of the early Adventists in this region.

​Mtwara Seventh-day Adventist Dispensary is a Seventh-day Adventist medical institution which was established in 1978. It is located in Mtwara region, in Mtwara-Mikindani municipality, in the center of the town, and it shares a compound with Mtwara Seventh-day Adventist Church. It is currently operated by South East Tanzania Conference which comprises the southeastern part of the former Tanzania General Field.

Frithjof Muderspach served most of his life as a missionary in East Africa. He was respected and loved by nationals as well as fellow missionaries. His faithfulness and sacrificial service were legendary and an inspiration to many young people in his homeland, Denmark.

​John Muderspach was a highly respected leader who was known for his professional skills in business and finance and who in the middle of the hustle and bustle of his work found time to be human in the best sense of the word. He served the church for 47 years in Denmark, West and East Africa, as well as at the Headquarters of the Northern European/Trans-European Division.

​Louis Muderspach served the Seventh-day Adventist church as pastor-evangelist, teacher, school principal, editor, writer, and administrator. He helped form and grow the Adventist work in the Nordic countries as well as among the Scandinavians in North America. Evangelism was always high on his agenda along with his interest in education and the youth. Also, temperance and health ministry were close to his heart. His books found their way into many homes. He started early in his ministry and was faithful and loyal to the end.

​Konrad F. and Erna Mueller served as missionaries and teachers. Konrad served as a pastor and evangelist in the Seventh-day Adventist Church on different continents and in difficult times.

Fares Masokomya Muganda was a pastor, evangelist, and church administrator from Tanzania.

​Samwiri Muhindo Muhairwa was a pioneer pastor of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Rwenzori Mountains of Western Uganda.

Sangwa Kitule Simon Muhune was one of the first Congolese to be employed by the Church. He was an educator and administrator.

Yowasi Mukirania was the first Mukonzo to train at Kamagambo for a Grade Three Teaching Course, and became one of the pioneer Bakonzo pastors in the Rwenzori mountains of Western Uganda.

​Charles Mulhwahali was a pioneer gospel minister among the Bakonzo of the Rwenzori Mountains of western Uganda and an exemplary pastor and mentor.

Eldad Mulwambo was a minister, educator, evangelist, church planter, and administrator in Tanzania.

​Mumbai Metro Section is an administrative unit of the Western India Union Section in the Southern Asia Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Its headquarters is in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.

​Hiram Munger was a camp meeting manager and lay revivalist in the Second Advent movement.

Max-Israel Munk was a Seventh-day Adventist of Jewish descent and a survivor of the holocaust.