Evangelism Is Our Mission...

Dearest in Christ,

Calvary greetings from this end to you and your entire family and the family of God where you worship. It is amazing again for us to enjoy God’s grace throughout the week without any major problem, from our classes that went on well and our midweek activities in Wotutu congregation.

Brother Innocent baptized brother John Ako into Christ at the church in Mondoni village. Keep the work in your prayers. The Lord added two souls through brother Ititi Benedict in Matoh village. The kingdom of God is being expanded.

We do hope God is showing His grace and love over you too in all that you do for His glory. We wish you just the best in life as we all partner to save souls that are perishing in sin.

Let me share with you some of the other events concerning our weekend evangelism. This week four students accompanied me to Mondoni village for a campaign. I also sent brother Ititi Benedict to Matoh village for weekend evangelism while brother Awatt Manfree and Namina Bernard  went to Tole.

Brother Opel, in Mondoni village, preached the gospel from house to house. As we think souls and pity the souls of many, some will welcome you to listen the gospel while others from their posture will discourage you. We cannot be discouraged because God is giving us encouragement.

I also did the same job. Evangelism is our mission. We don’t just point the way for our students. We show them the way to see the passion we have from souls in bondage. We are standing with courage to rob from the strong man’s house.

I had the opportunity to preach open air with our powerful PA system with our generator. The  little children in that village clustered around me to admire the electricity being produced from the generator set. I preached on New Testament worship. It was great to expose denominational errors (Matt 22:29) Many came around to listen and asked lots of questions. Keep this village in your prayers as the church of Christ which was established two months keeps growing.

1) We still plan to travel to Batoke to establish a new congregation there.

2) The church of Christ in Wotutu will host the first preacher’s wife forum next month. It will be the first of its kind.

3) My trip to Zambia for the conference is still pending. That will only be possible if you decide to help me financially.

Many thanks to God for His care over us and many thanks to you and your family and the church there to avail yourself to God for Him to use you in this capacity. Stay strong and continue in this service to save souls.

Do your best to share this report with others who may be interested to be part of this soul saving ministry. God bless and watch over you all.

Elangwe and family
By His grace director of CBIW

Posted on April 22, 2012 .