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Lucy Belinda Post, a missionary from North American, was the first Bible instructor in South America and did pioneering work in Uruguay and Argentina in her mature years.
Santiago Schmidt was an Adventist pastor, missionary, and administrator from Argentina.
Frederick Weber Spies was a canvasser, pastor, missionary in Brazil for almost 40 years.
The Central Chile Mission is an administrative unit of the Seventh-day Adventist Church located in the territory of Chile Union Mission, with headquarters in the city of Talca, Talca Province, Maule Region, Republic of Chile.
West Venezuela Conference is an administrative unit and part of West Venezuela Union Mission in the Inter-American Division of the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists. The main office of West Venezuela Conference is in Maracaibo, Venezuela.
The first attempt to preach the gospel in Bogotá occurred at the end of the 1890s, when the self-supporting missionary, Frank C. Kelly, arrived in Colombia. He traveled to Bogotá intending to establish Adventism and worked as a photographer and English teacher. He had to return to his country because his wife fell ill, and there was no one to continue the work he had begun.
Guillermina Deggeller de Kalbermatter was a missionary nurse in Peru and Argentina, and wife of missionary Pedro Kalbermatter (1886-1968).
Waldemar Ehlers was a pastor, teacher, and administrator from Germany. He accepted a call to serve in Brazil.
João Henrique Karrú was a canvasser and pioneer Adventist worker from Brazil.
Carlos Enrique Krieghoff was one of the first pastors in Chile, and a missionary and administrator in Chile, Argentina, and Uruguay.
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