Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from the staff, students and members of the Wotutu congregation. I pray this report meets you in good health and a sound faith. We are doing fine and we praise God for all that we are able to do for His glory.
Brother David Otia from the Bible college visited us and preached during our chapel. He will love to be part of the efforts in CBIW to teach Introduction to Greek and Church Music.
The climatic condition here continues to disturb our students as they are sick. For most of them our small first aid box cannot help them. Keep the students in your prayers because the evil one will not be happy as they move very close to finish their course in the Bible college to tear down the kingdom of the evil one.
Rain throughout this weekend hindered our evangelistic efforts in 6 communities, but the students and I were able to go out for some house to house. Many thanks to God for helping us to help nurture those congregations and to make our way to the campus safe. We are happy to inform you that the newly established and revived congregations are doing fine. Keep them in your prayers.
We are still planning to go to those communities where we have newly established our congregations for a mass campaign to help spread the word before a student graduates and then continues the work full time.
We still plan to go for mass evangelism in Batoke village. That will be our focus to establish a new congregation.
I will be making a trip to a community that suffered from flooding this weekend with some students to preach and give hope to the victims. We have a struggling congregation in that community of Mbakwa Supe.
Keep this work in your prayers.
We thank God for all His care over us as we move from one end to another for the sake of the gospel. Thank you also for standing by us to make sure we move freely to spread the seeds of the word. God bless you and your endeavors. Do your best to share this report to others.
Elangwe and family
BY His grace director CBIW