Chileans Plead For More Workers
As we analyze the small beginnings that have been made in the last few years in Chile and this part of the world and are conscious of the various needs, there is one need that stands out far greater than any other. That is the need for dedicated workers. As I converse with the Christians here about what I should say to our brethren while in the U.S., they say, "Tell them we are thankful for aid of any kind, both past and future, but please send more workers." Most of this part of the world is still untouched by our efforts. It is only to be expected that a society so completely ignored by New Testament Christians be worldly, but it has proven to be a fertile field for other religions. Pentecostalism has had workers in Chile since it emerged from Methodism and today has nearly half a million followers. The Mormons are sending workers by the hundreds to the southern part of the hemisphere and are making great progress.
I would like to contact anyone interested in considering service to God in these parts and am willing to help you in any possible way. Also I still have some dates open in the summer and fall to speak to congregations who are interested and can offer some probability of financial aid. Write to Philip Morgan, Box 104, Justiceburg, Texas, 79330, for a report in the summer or fall."