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Belize is the only English-speaking nation in Central America, a member of the commonwealth of the British Empire, and a part of the Caribbean community.

​The Advent message grew in the Corozal District, and numerous youths and elders had the desire and dream of having their own Seventh-day Adventist secondary school in the 1960s. In 1967, local elders Artemio Clarke and Marcial Magana with Pastor Winston D. Cunningham decided to make the dream a reality. They sought a government-issued license to open a secondary school through Mrs. Gwendolyn Lizarraga, the minister of education. Land for this school would come from the minister of lands, Florencio Marin.

​Belize Adventist Junior College (BAJC) is the first co-educational Christian tertiary institution owned and operated under the leadership of the Belize Union of Seventh-day Adventist Churches with license to operate from the Government of Belize.1 It was founded in 1999.

The Belize Union of Churches Mission (as of 2020, Belize Union Mission) is a part of the Inter-American Division. Its headquarters are in Belize City, Belize.

The Grenadine Island of Bequia, a three-square mile island in area, forms part of the state of St. Vincent and the Grenadines and has a population of just over 4,000. The primary Bequia Adventist School was established in 1952. The Bequia Seventh-day Adventist Secondary School began sometime around 1956. The Adventist church is credited with introducing secondary school education on the island of Bequia.

​Bocas del Toro Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Panama. It is a part of Panama Union Mission in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

​Luis A. Bolívar was one of the most outstanding of the early Adventist workers along with Gilberto Bustamante, Tirso and Jorge Escandón, and Samuel Camacho. He distinguished himself as a preacher, administrator, and singer. Like Bustamante, he used his marvelous voice in ministry and evangelism.

​Bonaire is a small island located in the Caribbean Sea to the north of Venezuela.

Bonaire Mission was organized in 2017 as a part of the restructuring of Curaçao and Bonaire Conference. Its territory comprises the island of Bonaire.

​Vasco Timotheus Boyce was a Barbadian conference and union administrator.

Clarence Boyd was a pioneering educator and administrator, serving for more than 40 years within the United States of America and in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Lionel Brathwaite was a pioneering Trinbagonian educator, literature and public evangelist, pastor, church administrator, and church and school builder in the eastern Caribbean for 44 years.

​Jan Brinkman was a Dutch evangelist, pastor, and church administrator who served for over thirty years in Holland, as well in the two Dutch-speaking regions of the Inter-American Division: Suriname and the Dutch Antilles. He was president of both the Suriname Mission and the Netherlands Antilles Mission.

​Lambert Wellington Browne was a pioneer missionary to Sierra Leone.

​Gilberto Bustamante Zárate was among the pioneers of the Adventist work in Colombia.

Glenn Alwin Calkins was born May 5, 1887. As the third president of the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists, Calkins served in the position for two distinct terms: 1941-1947 and 1951-1954. Prior to coming to this region, he held various administrative leadership positions within the North American Division. Elder Calkins accepted the Adventist faith in 1919, gave up his business, and soon thereafter enrolled at Pacific Union College.

Camp Maranatha is the property of Upper Magdalena Conference in Municipio Cachipay, Cundinamarca, which is 70 kilometers from Bogotá. It hosts many events that the Church in Colombia organizes.

Campeche Mission’s territory covers the State of Campeche with a population of 899,931 in 11 municipalities. It is part of Southeast Mexican Union Mission, which includes in its territory the states of Yucatan, Quintana Roo, and Tabasco. I

​Caracas Adventist Clinic Center is an institution with a long tradition linked to the beginnings of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Venezuela. It is an iconic entity located in the historic center of the city’s well-known Quinta Crespo sector. In that location there are a few state institutions, including the legislative branch. It is located in Calle Sur 4, Dolores a Puente Soublette, Adventist Dispensary building, Quinta Crespo. The three-story building was built in 1980. Its original name was Caracas Adventist Dispensary until December 2011, when it was given the present name. Medical and health services have been the fundamental foundation for evangelizing the country; services are offered with a message of hope. Caracas Adventist Clinic Center has been an inspiration for the creation of other institutions, such as Venezuela Adventist Hospital in Barquisimeto and Adventist Clinic in Maturín. The Concordia Adventist Church is now located at this location.

​Caribbean Colombian Conference is part of North Colombian Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.