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​The Latin-American Adventist Theological Seminary (Seminário Adventista Latino-Americano de Teologia, or SALT) is a Seventh-day Adventist institution responsible for theological education in the territory of the South American Division. SALT comprises eight regional campuses and one of them operates in the territory of the Central Brazil Union Conference.

​Rubens da Silva Lessa was a missionary, pastor, journalist, writer, and editor-in-chief of the Brazil Publishing House.

​Mateo José Leytes was a pastor, canvasser, and nurse in Paraguay.

​Life and Health is a monthly periodical published by the Brazil Publishing House of the Seventh-Day Adventist Church in Brazil. Its aim is to promote health and lifestyle education.

​Ceres Antunes Chagas de Lima was a teacher from Brazil. She left a remarkable impact on the Adventist Church in Brazil that has permeated an entire generation of young people besides her active participation in founding churches in the state of Paraná.

​Durval Stockler de Lima was a pastor, administrator, editor, translator, and writer from Brazil.

Pedro Cunha Linhares was an Adventist missionary, canvasser in the Amazon river, and evangelist in northern Brazil.

Johannes Rudolph Berthold Lipke (known as John Lipke) was a canvasser, evangelist, teacher, medical doctor, and one of the pioneers of the Adventist Church in Brazil.

Jorge Juan Lust was part of the first Seventh-day Adventist generation in Argentina and a fundamental supporter of the Diamante Academy (currently, River Plate Adventist University).

​Manaus Adventist Hospital (Hospital Adventista de Manaus or HAM) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church and is part of the Adventist International Health Network. This unit is operating in the city of Manaus, the capital of the state of Amazonas, Brazil.

​Santiago Jakob Mangold, Swiss Adventist pastor, was part of one of the first groups of believers in the Argentine Republic and a missionary in several countries in the South American Division.

Maranhao Conference (Associação Maranhense or AMa) is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the North Brazil Union Mission (União Norte Brasileira or UNB).

​Manuel Margarido was a pastor and canvasser from Portugal. He lived and served in Brazil.

​Ernesto Marquart was a pastor and missionary evangelist from Brazil.

​Jesse Simon Marshall served as a pastor, educator, and administrator in the United States, Argentina, and in the Antillean Union (Bahamas, Cuba, Haiti, Santo Domingo, Jamaica, Cayman Islands and Puerto Rico, with headquarters in Cuba).

​Geraldo Roberto Marski was a Russian (Latvian) pastor and teacher in Brazil.

​Altino Venâncio Martins was a pastor, teacher, and administrator from Brazil.