Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from this end. Your brothers and sisters are doing fine as the climax for our first graduation ceremony continues to come closer to us. The second matriculation ceremony is also coming up the same day.
We do hope you are doing fine and all that you do God is blessing. Brother James Coker from Colorado visited us and taught the Pastoral Epistles. He arrived safe and he is safe just for the fact that the power supply in Wotutu now is posing a problem to cool him down as we are in the dry season.
Thank you for your prayers as all that went out for weekend evangelism came back safe and sound. We went out to 4 locations after our lectures with the visiting instructor and the Lord added one soul in the congregation in Kombe. There was no camera there to share that happy moment with you.
Thanks for all your prayers. The Lord blessed my family again yesterday 1st of December 2012 with another baby boy. Keep the mother, son and father in your prayers and we take care of this precious gift from God.
This morning James taught and preached in the Wotutu congregation. His great lesson was so inspiring to the family of God and also to the entire community as our powerful PA system goes across our premises.
He had the privilege to speak out God’s word to a total of 104 worshippers in the Wotutu congregation this morning.
Brother James held in his hands God’s blessing of a child to the Eboli’s family. The Lord blessed them with a son two weeks ago and brother James was blessed to be with us today and we gave him the opportunity to pray for the baby.
CBIW students smiled as brother James offered them a copy of a book on 1 & 2 Timothy and Titus by brother Denny Petrillo, a great book for the Pastoral Epistles. They know that knowledge is power so any opportunity for them to have it is always awesome.
CBIW rejoiced with another opportunity to received two ties each from brother James. Preaching is a noble job so they need stuff like this to look neat as they preach the gospel. Keep brother James in your prayers till he flies out of Cameroon this Thursday.
1) Please keep the plans of our very first graduation ceremony and second matriculation in your prayers. We are expecting above 700 people. This needs better preparation to make people feel just okay as they enjoy fellowship and celebration with us. Please you can be part of this?
2) Please keep brother Josh Austin in your prayers as he prepares to come over to Cameroon to teach Marriage and Family in the school, also to be part of the graduation ceremony.
We thank God for using you to accomplished whatsoever He is doing here and what He will continue to do. God bless you. Thanks for being there for us. Let us continue to work together.
Do your best to share this report with others. God bless and watch over you.
Elangwe and family
By His grace director CBIW