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​Isidro Aguilar y Domingo was a colporteur, pastor, professor, founder of the first College of Adventist Theology in Spain, and president of the Spanish Adventist Mission.

Emil J. Åhrén was a preacher, editor, and author from Sweden.

Wilfred Jonathan Airey was a renowned Adventist educator and an active participant in public institutions for higher education.

​John Aitken was the manager of the Avondale Press for thirteen years between 1909 and 1922. He trained many to operate a press and they in turn operated presses throughout the countries of the Australasian Union Conference.

George Hillry Akers was a lifelong educator and administrator for the Seventh-day Adventist educational system.

​Reuben Agboola Akintunde was a pastor, administrator, and evangelist from Nigeria.

Formerly part of South East Conference, Akwa Ibom Conference was organized in 2015. It is overseen by Eastern Nigeria Union Conference in the West-Central Africa Division of Seventh-day Adventists.

​Alagoas Mission (ALAG) is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church, located in the territory of the Northeast Brazil Union Mission. Its headquarters is in the city of Maceió, state of Alagoas, Brazil.

Ingrid Jenny Elisabeth Albiner was a Seventh-day Adventist teacher, evangelist, chaplain, writer, and author from Sweden.

Keith Densel Albury was a pastor and church administrator from Habbour Island, better known as “Briland,” in the Commonwealth of the Bahamas.

From 1955 until 1987 Alert was the premier temperance journal in the South Pacific Division.

The first Seventh-day Adventist in Algeria was Joseph Gomis. He became acquainted with the Adventist message through reading Les Signes des Tempes and was later baptized. In about 1886 he settled as a baker in the town Relizane, in the province Oran, Algeria. Gomis shared his faith with several of his family members and friends and some accepted the new doctrines.

The spread of the Adventist message in Algeria before its independence from the French in 1962 in part occurred through literature evangelism work and distribution of Bibles and Adventist magazines such as the Revue Adventiste. North Africa Union Mission began operating the Algerian Publishing House in Algiers in 1940.

Noel Aligo was a Seventh-day Adventist pastor and administrator from South Sudan.

​The acronym ALINSA, which means Alimentos Integronaturales, S.A., constitutes the legal name of the Adventist health food brand commercially known as Alimentos COLPAC in Mexico.

Rhae Allbon was qualified as both a government and church school teacher. She taught on the campus of the Australasian Missionary College, Avondale from the end of 1908 until the beginning of 1927. For most of that time she was head of the English Department at the College.

Noah Wilson Allee was an effective church leader in the South and Upper Midwest of the United States.

​The Allegheny Conference was one of the seven conferences organized in response to the April 10, 1944 recommendation of the General Conference Committee that union conferences in the United States where the “colored constituency” was deemed “sufficiently large” organize “colored conferences…administered by colored officers and committees.” According to George E. Peters, head of the North American Colored Department, these conferences were established “to meet present-day conditions” of racial segregation and inequality and thus “help in the speedy finishing of God’s work on earth.”

​Allegheny East Conference Corporation is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Columbia Union Conference.

​Allegheny West Conference is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the Columbia Union Conference.