Adeline Lundquist Hult
Passport to Borneo
In 1951 Adeline Lundquist Hult was called as missionary teacher to work with a Chinese church in British North Borneo. "Passport to Borneo" is her story of the four years she worked there during the years of restoration after World War II. She shares her experiences of living abroad for the first time and the joys, frustrations, and adaptations necessary to cope with life in a multi-cultural colony.
ADELINE LUNDQUIST HULT was born on a farm near Lindsborg, Kansas. She graduated from Bethany College, Lindsborg, with a teaching degree. Upon her return from North Borneo, she married Dr. John Hult and spent four years in Tanganyika, East Africa, where John served as a medical missionary. She now lives in Corvallis, Oregon.