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Kyaw Din I was the second national principal of the Burma Union Bible Seminary in Myaungmya and also served as the associate secretary of the Education department of the Burma Union in 1975 and 1976.

Kyaw Sein Pe was an evangelist and church administrator from Myanmar.

​Abram La Rue was a mariner, gold prospector, and tireless colporteur and ship missionary who traveled the world and pioneered the Adventist work into Asia.

​Isaias Castañeda Ladia was an Adventist missionary and administrator from the Philippines.

​Herminia de Guzman Ladion was an educator, health lecturer, renowned author of books on natural remedies, writer of many health articles, and one of the pioneer advocates of a healthy lifestyle and natural remedies in the Philippines.

​Samuel Acain Ladion, Sr. was an educator, professor, church leader, and school administrator from the Philippines.

​Lake View Adventist Academy (LVAA), known as “The School that Trains for Better Citizenship,” is a secondary educational institution operated by the North Central Mindanao Conference of the Seventh-day Adventist Church at Don Carlos in Bukidnon in the Philippines.

Elpidio Laruya Lamera was a Seventh-day Adventist literature evangelist, pastor, administrator, and a visionary leader in the Philippines.

​Pieter Lampeang was a pastor and administrator serving in Indonesia.

​Langh Sawm Mang was an educator, administrator and translator from Myanmar.

Laos Region is a part of Southeast Asia Union Mission in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division of Seventh-day Adventists. Its headquarters is in Say Vientiane, Laos.

Josue Arranguez Layon was a pastor, soul-winner, church planter, builder, and church administrator. He is also known as a passionate protector of the church community from offshoots and heretical teachings.

Teofilo Arranguez Layon was a teacher, department director, and Seventh-day Adventist Church administrator for more than forty years.

George Clingman Leedy served as the Malay States Mission president in the Far Eastern Division from 1922 to 1928. He also served as a colporteur and teacher in the Pacific Northwest of the United States.

​James Arthur Leland, Jr. was a missionary to the Philippines and the first manager of the Philippine Publishing House.

​Liem Ie Hoa was a lay member who was instrumental in the development of the Seventh-day Adventist church in Indonesia.

Lipa Adventist Academy—the school that prepares for service—is a boarding school offering kindergarten to 12th grade basic education that is situated in Barangay Bugtong-na-Pulo, Lipa City, Batangas, Philippines.

Charles Fulton Lowry was an evangelist, pastor, pioneer missionary in Burna (Myanmar), church planter, and church administrator.

​Edward Newton Lugenbeal was a missionary, administrator, and teacher.

​Luwu Tana Toraja Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Indonesia that was organized in 2015.