The Bahia Conference (Associação Bahia or AB) is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of East Brazil Union Mission (União Leste Brasileira or ULB).
John F. Bahler, whose role in the Texas Tract and Missionary Society contributed to the organization of the Texas Conference, was born in Switzerland in 1840. He emigrated with his parents to Rochester, New York, at age five.
Ernst (Earnest) W. and Herta Bahr served as Seventh-day Adventist missionaries in Korea. Bahr himself was an administrator in Korea and later served as a pastor in the United States.
Alfred Sherman DePuy Baird was an architect who supervised construction of buildings for denominational institutions in Michigan and Washington, D.C.
The Baja California Conference, located in the Northern Mexican Union, is part of Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its territory is made up of the state of Baja California and the municipality of San Luis Río Colorado in the state of Sonora. It is located north of the Baja California Peninsula and northwest of Mexico.
Bajio Mexican Conference, located in the Central Mexican Union Mission, is part of Inter-American Division of the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Its territory is made up of the states of Aguascalientes, Guanajuato, Querétaro, and Michoacán.
Joseph Baker, an ordained Methodist minister who joined the Millerite movement around 1843, was for a few years prominent in the early development of Sabbatarian Adventism.
Enrique Balada was an Adventist minister born in Spain and one of the first Adventists in the republic of Chile. He made extensive mission trips and did evangelizing work in Argentina, Chile, Bolivia and Peru.
Dexter A. Ball was a pioneering Seventh-day Adventist missionary who was sent to the eastern Caribbean by the Foreign Mission Board on recommendation of the International Tract Society in late 1890. He was the first Adventist minister to officially visit the Lesser Antilles.
Keith Leslie Ballard, an Australian pastor who went to serve in Papua New Guinea, was born on September 23, 1939, in Brisbane, Australia.
Isaiah Ajibola Balogun was an evangelist, pastor, and pioneer Adventist worker in southwestern Nigeria.
The Baltic Conference was a church unit that comprised the provinces of the Baltic countries and the surrounding area in the Russian Empire from 1908 until c. 1920.
Warren St. Clair Banfield was a prominent black Seventh-day Adventist minister, church administrator, and civil rights activist.
José Baracat, pastor and administrator, was born March 14, 1909, in the city of Alexandria, Egypt (then a British protectorate).
Maria Deuz Baracat was a nurse and Bible worker from Brazil.
Willi Paul Baranski, pastor and canvasser, was born February 16, 1908, in the city of Ulenhof, Germany, to an Adventist family.
Petronilo J. Barayuga was a visionary leader and educator in the Philippines.
The island of Barbados lies south of the Greater Antilles and east of the Caribbean Islands. In 1890, the first ordained Adventist missionary/minister to the island, Dexter Ball, and a literature evangelist, William Arnold, arrived on the island.
The Barbados Seventh-day Adventist Secondary School is a co-educational, day high school located on Dalkeith Road, Saint Michael, near Bridgetown, Barbados.
Hubert Barham was an engineer who gave thirteen years of service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Solomon Islands in the first half of the twentieth century.