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Elias Reis de Azevedo was a pastor, musician, composer, and Adventist music producer from Brazil.

Oswaldo Rodrigues de Azevedo, an Adventist pastor, teacher, and administrator, was born February 8, 1913, in Rolante, state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Roberto Rodrigues de Azevedo, pastor, evangelist and journalist, was born March 3, 1916, in the city of Santo Antônio da Patrulha, in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

​Yolanda Maluf de Azevedo, teacher, was born on December 18, 1913, in the city of Santa Cruz da Conceição, in the state of São Paulo, Brazil.

Zilda Marlene de Azevedo, singer, teacher, and musical producer, was born February 2, 1941, in the city of Serrana, São Paulo state.

The Azov Conference was a Russian church unit that covered the eastern part of Ukraine. It operated from 1912 to sometime after 1930, but after that year, the Yearbook did not report on the Russian church units until 1982.

Azteca Mexican Conference is a part of Central Mexican Union Mission, which is part of the Inter-American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists.

Ba Hla Thein was an Adventist administrator and pastor from Myanmar.

Ba Nyein, teacher, evangelist, and church administrator, was born on October 12, 1914, and brought up in a Buddhist family at Aung Hlaing Gyi Village, Wakema Township, Irrawaddy Region, Myanmar (formerly Burma), to U Saung Tha and Daw Lun.

Babcock University, named after David C. Babcock who pioneered Adventist work in Nigeria in 1914, is a co-educational institution of higher learning supported by the West-Central Africa Division and the three Union conferences in Nigeria, namely, Western, Eastern, and Northern Nigeria Union conferences.

David Caldwell Babcock was an evangelist, conference administrator and pioneer missionary to Guyana, Sierra Leone, Nigeria and Curaçao.

​A missionary, teacher, and North American administrator, Granville Henderson Baber was the first ordained Adventist pastor to lead the South American western coast mission.

Theofil Theofilovich Babienco served the Seventh-day Adventist Church from 1913 to about 1970 as pastor, missionary, administrator, educator, and translator in Canada, the United States, China, Mongolia, and Poland.

Theofil Arsentievich Babienko served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as a pastor, pioneer native worker, and missionary in czarist Russia, Romania, and Canada.

​Friedrich Alex Bäcker served the Seventh-day Adventist Church as pastor, administrator and missionary in Germany and in Turkey.

On December 8, 1966, the hospital was inaugurated and given the official name of Bacolod Sanitarium and Hospital with Dr. Willis Gentry Dick as its first medical director. The name of the hospital was changed to Bacolod Adventist Medical Center (BAMC) in 2004. Adventist Medical Center-Bacolod is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church, specifically under the Central Philippine Union Conference.

Alfred Eli Bacon served the church as an administrator, mission and conference president, and as a local pastor.

Jean-Pierre Badaut was an important figure within the first generation of Seventh-day Adventists in France and significantly contributed to the development of the Adventist Church in the country.

Paul Badaut pioneered the missionary work in Mauritius and later served as president of the South France Conference in the early 1900s.