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​Enrique Balada was an Adventist minister born in Spain and one of the first Adventists in the republic of Chile. He made extensive mission trips and did evangelizing work in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru.

​Pedro Balancas de Freitas was an Angolan Seventh-day Adventist evangelist, educator, translator, pastor, and church administrator, who served the church in various capacities in his country.

Severino Jutba Balansag, Sr. was an Adventist literature evangelist, pastor, church leader, and administrator.

Dexter A. Ball was a pioneering Seventh-day Adventist missionary who was sent to the eastern Caribbean by the Foreign Mission Board on recommendation of the International Tract Society in late 1890. He was the first Adventist minister to officially visit the Lesser Antilles.

Keith Leslie Ballard, an Australian pastor who went to serve in Papua New Guinea, was born on September 23, 1939, in Brisbane, Australia.

Isaiah Ajibola Balogun was an evangelist, pastor, and pioneer Adventist worker in southwestern Nigeria.

​Pastor Yekoyada Bamanya was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor from Bunyoro, western Uganda. He was one of the first graduates of Nhwanga Training School, which was the first Seventh-day Adventist school in Uganda.

Warren St. Clair Banfield was a prominent black Seventh-day Adventist minister, church administrator, and civil rights activist.

Juan Bangloy was a pioneer Adventist educator, minister, and leader from the Philippines.

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.

Clifford Thomas Bannister was a missionary to East, Central, and Southern Africa, and a church administrator and minister.

Harold Wilson Baptiste was a Grenadian evangelist, pastor, and administrator who served in both the Caribbean and the United States for more than 30 years.

José Baracat, pastor and administrator, was born March 14, 1909, in the city of Alexandria, Egypt (then a British protectorate).

Willi Paul Baranski, pastor and canvasser, was born February 16, 1908, in the city of Ulenhof, Germany, to an Adventist family.

Petronilo J. Barayuga was a visionary leader and educator in the Philippines.

Hubert Barham was an engineer who gave thirteen years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Solomon Islands in the first half of the twentieth century.

​Teofilo Venida Barizo was a teacher, evangelist, and administrator from the Philippines.

Pastor Len Barnard, an Australian national who began working for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1934, was best known for his three decades of pioneering missionary work, particularly in Papua New Guinea.

​Edwin E. Barnes, organist, choir director, composer, and singer with a sonorous bass voice, was a pioneer in early Seventh-day Adventist music education and hymnody. He was born in Shirley, Southampton, England, on March 15, 1864, the son of Samuel and Sarah Barnes.