Where New Members Come From
For some time now we have been much encouraged in the office by the number of people who have written to us asking to be enrolled in the Guild; and this apparently entirely on their own initiative. It is encouraging because it shows that the Work Of the Guild is becoming not only more and more widely known, but more appreciated.
Lately we have had especially pleasing examples of this. The head of a training college wrote sending the names of a number of the students who wished to become Ransomers; that is very valuable, for these students, when they become teachers, will be able to influence the scholars.
The other instance was a Youth Club, which wrote lap saying that many of them wished to be enrolled and that probably the whole club would join up eventually.
This is the second Youth Club whose members have all become Ransomers, the other being the Woodside one, which gave such valuable help during the Tyburn Walk.
It is most gratifying when young people join up, without even hearing a sermon about the Guild. It seems to show that zeal for the conversion of our country is growing and spreading. Deo Grades!
JOHN H. FILMER.