Article detailing the work of a Methodist missionary in Hawaii. Photographs depict a multi-ethnic group of children playing together on a playground, and a group of infantrymen during a worship service. Includes captions: "In Hawaii, Methodists of many races and many cultures have been seeking to demonstrate in terms of solid character the outworkings of the spirit. This group of children playing together is suggestive of the progress made and offers hope for the future." and "The turn of world events has made Hawaii a great military base. Methodist does not forget to apply its 'pecular unction' to those in the armed services. These infantrymen take time out during field maneuvers for a worship service conducted by a Methodist chaplain."