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The Casa Publicadora Brasileira (Brazil Publishing House) (CPB) is a publisher of books, magazines, and other denominational materials for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil, which produces and distributes religious content in Portuguese.

​The Brazilian Adventist Retirement and Assistance Institute (IAJA) is a Seventh-day Adventist Church pension institution, which operates in the South American Division territory. Its headquarters is located on L3 Sul Ave., Setor de Grandes Áreas Sul (SGAS), block 611, ZIP code 70200-710, Set D, Part C, South Wing, in the city of Brasília, Federal District, Brazil.

Brazilian Creationist Society (SCB) is a civil, nonprofit, educational, and cultural association. Its headquarters is located in Brasília, Brazil. It aims to suggest, promote, coordinate, and implement actions and programs that support multi-disciplinary scientific research of intelligent design in nature.

Heber Pintos Britos, teacher, illustrator, and drawer, was born April 27, 1942, in the city of Montevideo, Uruguay.

​Lionel Brooking, English Adventist nurse, canvasser, teacher, was one of the first converts and missionaries in Argentina.

Edgar Brooks was an editor, pastor, and teacher of English origin who served in England, Peru, and Argentina.

​Pedro Mariano Brouchy was a missionary nurse, pastor, evangelist, and Adventist administrator. He served as a missionary in northern Argentina and as the president of several fields in the former Austral Union Conference (Argentina, Paraguay, and Uruguay).

John Lewis Brown was an Adventist pastor, missionary in three continents, pioneer in El Salvador and the Amazon region of Brazil, diffuser of Adventist publications and church administrator.

​Walton John Brown was the son of missionaries, a pastor, educator, writer, musician, and longtime educational manager, and a missionary in North America, South America and Central America.

Jorge Burlandy served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a pastor, an evangelist, an administrator, and a professor in Brazil from 1963 to 2003.

​The Missão Calebe (Caleb Mission Project) is an evangelistic program of the Seventh-day Adventist Church developed in the territory of the South American Division (SAD). Its goal is to promote the participation of young Adventists in voluntary service during school vacations. The project encourages anyone over sixteen years of age to actively participate in community outreach and evangelism through home visits, Bible studies, and other activities. Those who participate in the Caleb Mission Project are commonly called “Calebs,” and usually go to the mission field wearing shirts and carrying backpacks, Bibles, and other materials stamped with the project’s name and logo.

​Pedro Saturno Camacho was an accountant, canvasser, and administrator from Brazil.

​Alcides Campolongo was a pastor, evangelist, professor, TV and Radio presenter, and writer from Brazil.

Coral Carlos Gomes [Carlos Gomes Choir] is one of the oldest Seventh-day Adventist Church choirs in Brazil.

​George William Casebeer was a North American pastor, educator, and evangelist. He served in the United States and as a missionary to Ecuador, Chile, and Argentina.

Manuel Salustiano de Castro was a pastor, missionary, and church administrator in Brazil and Angola.

​Juan Elías Cayrus was from a Waldensian family and came in contact with Adventism in Europe through Ellen G. White. He emigrated to Uruguay and formed a large Adventist family, whose descendants include pastors, denomination workers, and people committed to the church.

​The Ceara Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the territory of the Northeast Brazil Union Mission. Its headquarters is in the city of Fortaleza, State of Ceará, Brazil.

​The Central Amazon Conference (Associação Central Amazonas or ACeAm) is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the Northwest Brazil Union Mission (União Noroeste Brasileira or UNoB).

​The Central Argentine Conference, an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of the Argentine Union, has its administrative headquarters in Córdoba, province of Córdoba, Argentine Republic.