Helmuth Aguilar (center) attended Seminario Teologico Bautista in Santiago, Chile. He served his Timothy Two internship with Dan Sonnenberg in El Salvador.
Chile (officially called Republic of Chile) is a country on the south-western side of South America. And because it claims a part of the Antarctic continent, it is the longest country on earth.
About 95% of Chileans are people with a combination of European descent, mostly Spanish, but also German, English, Italian and Arab people. Around 2% of the population is Native American, but most people have native ancestors. Immigrants are 7% of the population. including Peruvians, Bolivians, Colombians, Haitians, Chinese and Europeans. The majority of people are Roman Catholic (62.8%) but many don't go to church. About 10% are Protestant, and there are some Jews and Muslims as well. The country's official language is Spanish.