Otis and Mary were former Millerites and Sabbatarian Adventists from Dorchester, Massachusetts. Census records list his occupation as a farmer. Together they were two of the earliest and most stalwart supporters of James and Ellen White. They provided early financial, logistical, and moral support at a crucial stage in the formation of the Sabbatarian Adventist cause.
Donald and Lillian Nicholson spent 17 years between 1915 and 1932 as pioneer missionaries in the Solomon Islands and the New Hebrides.
Benn E. Nicola was a minister and educator who served as principal of Oakwood Industrial School and Battle Creek Industrial Academy. He then became a physician, devoting the second half of his career to sanitarium work and finally private practice.
Lope Nicolás was one of the first Adventist converts in Spain.
Emilian Niculescu was a pastor, educator, and church administrator in Romania during the communist regime.
Niels Balle Nielsen was a lifetime missionary, serving the Seventh-day Adventist church for 50 years, most of which were spent in the mission field overseas. He worked primarily as a secretary-treasurer at different levels and for a few years as a union president. He was known for his quiet but friendly and helpful character and faithfulness in service.
Henry Niemann Nuñez was a pastor and administrator from Chile. In addition to his pastoral and administrative work, Pastor Henry Niemann contributed to the development of the church in the territory of the Southern-Colombian Union with the purchase of important buildings and estates.
Edward Ward Niemann was an Adventist pastor, department director, pioneer missionary, treasurer, and church administrator. A missionary from Germany, he oversaw the early years of the Adventist mission work in Indonesia.
Dionisio Mahinay Niere was a pastor and church administrator.
Nigeria is the most populous Black country in the world. It is located on the west coast of Africa and covers 356,668 square miles (923,770 square kilometers). The southern part of the country is the most developed. All of the country’s oil fields and major industrial centers, as well as seaports, are located in that region.
Reuben H. Nightingale was an evangelist and pastor on the west coast of the United States, then a church administrator in Florida and middle America.
Maria Alida Baar Nigri was a Latvian missionary to Brazil.
Moysés Salim Nigriwas served as a pastor, administrator, and the first Latin American to be a vice-president of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.
Nile Union Academy (NUA) is a Seventh-day Adventist coeducational secondary day and boarding school. It is operated by the Egypt-Sudan Field (part of the current Middle East and North Africa Union) at Gabal Asfar, 10 miles (16 kilometers) northeast of Cairo, Egypt. NUA is accredited by the Board of Regents of the General Conference, and religious training is emphasized.
Nile Union Mission (NUM) was organized in 1951 as part of the newly organized Middle East Division. Its territory included Egypt, Libya, northern Sudan, the portion of Arabia bordering on the Red Sea, and Aden. NUM had a brief history and was dissolved in 1962.
Bradley Niles was a Barbadian educator and community activist who was instrumental in spotlighting Seventh-day Adventism and its belief system in multireligious Barbados and who had a penchant for serving youth.
Norman Arnaud Bradley Niles was a trailblazing Caribbean Adventist attorney who served as a distinguished Barbadian jurist, community activist for the dispossessed, and voice for religious liberty.
Niue is a large coral atoll in the South Pacific.One young woman of Niuean-Samoan parents, Vaiola Malama Kerisome, became a Seventh-day Adventist while overseas and returned to Niue in 1915 as a self-supporting missionary.
Mathew [Meng’oriki] Njake was the first Maasai to serve as a pastor in the Seventh-day Adventist church in Tanzania.
Njong Daniel Langie was an Adventist pastor and evangelist in Indonesia.