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Manila Adventist College (MAC) is a coeducational semi-boarding school on the baccalaureate level, situated just in front of the North Philippine Union Conference headquarters at 1975 corner Donada and San Juan Streets, Pasay City, Philippines.

Theophilus Datutaladibabana Manullangn was an Adventist educator, pastor and administrator in Indonesia.

Frans Albert Massie was a pastor and church administrator from Minahasa, Indonesia.

Matutum View Academy (MVA) is a co-educational boarding school on the senior level operated by the Southern Mindanao Mission of Seventh-day Adventists.

Maung Maung was one of the founders of Seventh-day Adventist Church in Myanmar.

​Pastor Minas Mayor was a literature evangelist, minister, and leader from the Philippines.

Medan Adventist Hospital was inaugurated on June 1, 1969, as a 30-bed facility. The hospital has now developed into a 101-bed tertiary hospital in the gateway and capital of North Sumatra and the third largest city in Indonesia.

Jeremias Cruz Medina was an evangelist, church planter, and church administrator in the Philippines.

​LeRoy Bell Mershon served for 20 years in the Far Eastern Division.

​Godofredo Serrano Mina was an outstanding administrator and published author in the Philippines.

​The Minahasa Conference of the East Indonesia Union Conference in the Southern Asia-Pacific Division has its roots in the North Celebes Mission established in 1923, which gave way to the South Minahasa Mission in 1971 and was reorganized into Minahasa Conference in 2009.

​Mindanao Mission Academy (MMA) is a private secondary institution operated by the North-Central Mindanao Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. Established on July 14, 1947, it is the oldest Adventist high school in the Southern Philippines, and the fifth-oldest in the entire Philippines.

​Salvador Genis Miraflores was a renowned educator, a prolific writer, and an accomplished editor.

​Victoriano Montefalcon Montalban was an Adventist pastor, writer, and church administrator from the Philippines.

Leodegario E. Montana was a pastor, evangelist and church administrator from Cebu.

Elton S. Morel was a medical doctor who led out in several health reforms both in the Philippines and the United States, most specifically the Five-Day Plan to Stop Smoking campaign.

Eleazar Alburo Moreno was an Adventist educator in the Philippines.