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Central Panama Conference 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.

​Central Tabasco Conference is part of Southeast Mexican Union Mission, which in turn is part of Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists.

Central Venezuela Conference is a part of East Venezuela Union Mission. Central Venezuela Conference’s territory includes Municipio Libertador of the city of Caracas, Vargas, and part of Municipio Tovar of the state of Aragua.

Central Veracruz Mission is one of 11 fields of Inter-Oceanic Mexican Union Conference.

​Centro de Vida Sana (Healthy Lifestyle Center), an Adventist wellness center in Colombia, officially opened its doors in 1999 and has continued to function and develop without interruption.

​Centro Integral Adventista de Vida Sana (Adventist Wholistic Wellness Center) is the first Seventh-day Adventist health center in Venezuela. It is located at Calle Principal de Quebrada Grande, Parroquia Teresén, Municipio Caripe, Estado Monagas, Venezuela. It is a dream come true, which is linked to the origins of East Venezuela Union Mission. The magnificent two-story building, located on a high hill, rises like a flag representing the power and miracles of God since it was built when the country was going through a crisis and construction material was scarce. “It was the only construction in the region that had enough cement to complete the building.”

​Cerca de Ti (Close to You) is the name of the most important and complete social program organized by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Venezuela and recognized by major communication media in the nation due to its social and spiritual contribution.

​George Worth Chapman was an Adventist educator and missionary who helped establish the Spanish-American Academy in Costa Rica and the Coloveno Industrial Academy in Colombia. This article focuses on Chapman’s years in Colombia.

Chiapas Mexican Union Conference includes the state of Chiapas and is comprised of 1,278 churches, 239,478 members, and eight local fields: Central Chiapas Conference, Grijalva Conference, North Chiapas Conference, Palenque Mission, Soconusco Conference, South Chiapas Conference, Upper Chiapas Conference, and West Chiapas Conference.

​Chihuahua Mexican Conference (formerly North Mexican Mission) is a part of North Mexican Union Conference in the Inter-American Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

Chontalpa Mission (since 2019, Chontalpa Conference) is an organization of the Inter-American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Carl and Alice Christensen were Adventist missionaries in Argentina, Chile, Peru, Panama, Mexico, and Curacao.

​Clarense Dionisio Romig Christian was an Adventist worker and researcher from Dominican Republic.

The Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) message arrived in the Caribbean between the late 1880s-early 1890s. This essay seeks to explain why, notwithstanding the prejudices of the state and the established churches, SDA members managed to establish a foothold in the Anglophone Caribbean.

​One of the industries established during the early years of Caribbean Training College (now University of the Southern Caribbean) was the printing industry. Professor R. S. J. Hamilton started the operation in 1930 in what was called the Print Shop (the Press), which was located in a section of the women’s dormitory.

The first Seventh-day Adventist to arrive in Colombia was Frank C. Kelly, a North American who was not an employee of the church. He settled in Bogotá in 1895. The record shows that American pastor Frank J. Hutchins and Australian medical missionary John Eccles died in Colombia in 1902; so, although they were originally missionaries in Panama, they came to work in Colombia. Samuel Smith, son of Uriah Smith, arrived in San Andrés in 1901, where he worked with Hutchins and Eccles. The first converts to the church in Colombia were baptized in San Andrés.

Colombia Adventist University Corporation (Corporación Universitaria Adventista, also UNAC) is a nonprofit university institution whose primary objective was to offer post-secondary education at the university level. The Inter-American Division endorsed the institution’s establishment, and the Adventist Accrediting Association recognized the programs it offered.

Colombian Islands Mission is located in the archipelago of San Andrés, Providencia, and Santa Catalina. Colombian Islands Mission was a part of the former Colombian Union Mission until it divided into two unions. It is now a part of North Colombian Union Conference.

​The Community Hospital of Seventh-day Adventists is located in Port of Spain, Trinidad, West Indies.

​Antonio Cong was one of the pioneers of Adventist mission work in Mexico, especially among the Korean settlers and Mayan natives.