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Donald R. Bankhead was a minister, professor, administrator, and missionary acclaimed for his four and half decades of service in India. His love for the classroom moved him and his wife to go to the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS) in the Philippines in 2011 as Adventist Volunteer Services (AVS) workers. They taught in the Education Department of AIIAS Graduate School. Donald was asked to be the principal of AIIAS Junior Academy, now AIIAS Academy. During his tenure as principal, he played a pivotal role in obtaining accreditation from the Philippine government.

David and Veronica Birkenstock were educators and missionaries in South Africa and the Philippines.

Gopalganj Seventh-day Adventist Hospital was a medical institution located in the southwestern part of the Bhil Delta area of East Bengal (now Bangladesh). It was one of the oldest mission stations in India, and it operated from 1906 until 1985.

The Journal of Asia Adventist Seminary (JAAS), originally named Asian Adventist Seminary Studies (AASS) (1998-2005), is an official scholarly journal published by the Theological Seminary at the Adventist Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS) in Silang Cavite, Philippines. It is a bi-annual periodical incorporating peer-refereed research articles, short research notes, book reviews, and thesis and dissertation abstracts of AIIAS theological seminary degree projects. The magazine covers a wide spectrum of areas, including biblical studies, theology, history, practical theology, and mission.

​Werner Konrad Vyhmeister, a visionary, minister, administrator, and educator, whose services spanned over six decades, left a major impact on the Adventist Church’s mission throughout America, Asia, and Africa.

Gustavus Benson Youngberg Jr. was a nurse, obstetrician, and gynecologist. He served as a missionary physician to the Far East Division.