A devoted church leader, Pein Kyi was an important figure of second-generation Adventists in Myanmar.
Rolando Enrique Peinado Hernández was an Adventist mathematician and educator from Colombia.
Penfigo Adventist Hospital
Charlise do Carmo Alves dos Santos|Julia Castilho|Rodolfo Figueiredo de Sousa|Otoniel Ferreira
Penfigo Adventist Hospital (Hospital Adventista do Penfigo or HAP) is a medical missionary institution of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Brazil and is part of the Adventist Health International Network.
South American Division Medical Institution
Ronald Ernest Pengilley gave forty-six years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the South Pacific Division. He is best remembered as the manager of the Signs Publishing Company in Victoria for almost eighteen years (1962–1980).
Antônio Leôncio da Penha was a literature evangelist and pioneer Adventist in Bahia, Brazil.
South American Division Biographies
Peninsular Malaysia is the western part of Malaysia, located between Thailand in the North and Singapore in the South with a total land area of 130,590 square kilometers.
Jacob Bernard (also spelled Jakob Bernhard) Penner was an Adventist pastor, evangelist, teacher, and editor from Russia.
Richard Penniman’s paradoxical career combined Seventh-day Adventist evangelism with international renown as rock 'n' roll pioneer Little Richard.
The Penny-a-Day Plan was a system introduced in the Australasian Union Conference in 1911 to encourage members to support the distribution of church publications.
Felicissimo “Felmo” Peñaflor Peñola was a hospital business manager, pastor, church administrator, and author.
Ghusa Peo, a mission leader from the Solomon Islands, was the eldest son born to Chief Tetagu and his wife, Sambenaru, of the Marovo Lagoon region in the Solomon Islands. Jimiru, Rini, Kata Rangaso, and Liligetto were Ghusa Peo’s younger brothers.
Braulio Pérez Marcio was a pastor, educator, lecturer, writer, poet, and the founder and director of the international radio program Voice of Prophecy in Spanish for more than 30 years.
Manuel Francisco Pérez Marcio was an Adventist missionary, educator, and education administrator from Argentina.
William Elmer Perrin served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a pioneer missionary, printer, administrator, and editor, with his wife, Sarah, in the United States, Canada, and the Southern Asia Division.
Perry, James Charles Hamley (1902–1993) and Muriel Albertina (Powrie) (1902–1998)
Graeme Hamley Perry
James Charles Hamley Perry and his wife, Muriel Albertina, were partners for 16 years as pioneer missionaries for the Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church in the South Pacific Islands, and subsequently for 18 years of pastoral evangelism in Western Australia.
Peru New Time Radio and TV Center, legally called New Time Radio Productions, is a radio and television station of the Seventh-day Adventist Church linked to the Adventist Media Center - Brazil.
In the early 1920s Meanou, from Tubusereia village, some 30 kilometers (19 miles) southeast of Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, decided to become a missionary for the London Missionary Society (LMS), and went from his village looking for a training school. His plan was to go to the LMS Manumanu Training School, some 200 kilometers (125 miles) northwest of Port Moresby and then become a missionary to the Papuan Gulf. However, he was discouraged by Iamo, his wife, because he had such a bad temper and she did not think he would make a good missionary with those character traits.
George Edward Peters was one of the leading pioneering evangelists, urban pastors, and church administrators between 1908 and 1953, serving the predominantly African American believers. Elder Peters was the first Caribbean born Adventist leader to serve his church at its headquarters serving as the director of the Negro (Colored/Regional) department between 1941 and 1953.
Clara “Nomsa” Peterson-Rock was a benevolent and dignified pastor’s wife, Oakwood College’s first lady, a pioneering archivist, a gifted musician, and a loving companion to her husband, Calvin B.
From the 1920s to the 1950s, Alfred W. Peterson gave leadership to youth ministries in the Seventh-day Adventist church at the General Conference, Australasian Division, and three union conferences in the United States.