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During the 1890s at a time when Helping Hand Missions were being established in many cities around Australia and New Zealand, Doctors Eric and Margaret Caro and some members of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Napier, New Zealand, formed what was termed a Christian Help Band to assist released female prisoners and “the fallen.

Betikama Adventist College is a day school and boarding college located on the outskirts of the city of Honiara, on the island of Guadalcanal, Solomon Islands.

​Beulah College is the senior Seventh-day Adventist Secondary School in Tonga, located at Vaini, nine miles from the capital Nuku’Alofa on the island of Tongatapu in the Kingdom of Tonga.

​The Bible Echo and Signs of the Times was the first journal published by the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church in Australia and the South Pacific region.

​Born on the island of Guadacanal in the Solomon Islands, Wilfred Billy gave 45 years of service as a bookkeeper, pastor, evangelist, college teacher, departmental director, and administrator in the Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Australia. Serah Billy stood by his side as a pastor’s spouse and mother of their children.

Bisiatabu was the first mission station of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Papua New Guinea.

​The Bismarck Solomons Union Mission existed as a constituent union mission of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists’ Australasian Division between 1953 and 1972.

​Ross Ewin Goodall Blair was a secretary/treasurer for several conferences and sales manager for the Signs Publishing Company in Warburton.

James “Pat” Arthur Bowen Blanch, ministered to the indigenous people of Australia at Mona Mona, in North New South Wales, and later at Kuranda.

​Harold Murray Blunden was a missionary to China, church administrator, including General Field secretary and Home Missions secretary for the Asiatic Division.

Eric Boehm was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor, missionary and church administrator. He was the first president of the Bismarck Solomons Union Mission based in Rabaul, Mandated territory of New Guinea.

Wattafeni Boiori (‘Watti’) was a Papuan who was baptized as one of the first Seventh-day Adventists in Papua. He spent his life working for the church and was a pioneer missionary in the Papuan Gulf.

Boliu Hospital on the Island of Mussau, Papua New Guinea was opened in 1955. It was closed in 1977 when a government facility opened approximately thirty minutes’ walk from the mission station.

Lou Borgas was a mission superintendent and sawmill manager who worked together with his wife, Ruth Kate (Giblett), mostly at the Mona Mona Aboriginal Mission in North Queensland, Australia in the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s.

The Bougainville Mission is the Seventh-day Adventist administrative entity for the island of Bougainville, a province of Papua New Guinea located in the southwest Pacific Ocean.

Charles Boulting pioneered in Adventist radio broadcasting in Australia in the 1930s.

Wanda Eliza (Niebuhr) Boulting was a teacher in the South Pacific Division in the first half of the 20th century.

​Graeme Bradford was an Australian evangelist who conducted evangelistic series throughout the South Pacific Division and taught practical theology at Avondale University College for two extended periods.

Tom Bradley served in the South Pacific Division and the Northern Europe Division as an evangelist and in health ministries in the North American Division.

Gordon Branster served the Church for 42 years in the South Pacific Division as a pastor, evangelist, and administrator at the conference and union levels.