Dearest in Christ,
Accept greetings from this end. We are doing fine in health, just for the few who are not fully sound like my wife who is not feeling fine after worship today. The students and staff continue with their responsibilities and God is helping.
Brother Divine, husband to sister Mercy, was angry and brought persecution why the wife is attending the church of Christ. With meekness we took the gospel to him in his home and he started worshipping, but we rejoice with the host of angels as the brother obeyed the gospel this morning.
We do believe that the Lord is doing something great in your life and the life of your local congregation.
The year is speeding and soon we shall start the second quarter exams.
One student went down to help in our young Mondoni congregation. Brother Norbert spoke and listened to the confession that this brother was about to make.
Brother Bea taught Bible study this morning in the Wotutu congregation, on our topic Why I am a Member of the church of Christ. 97 people were able to listen and worship our King. Evangelism is still going on well in Wotutu village every Saturday and our morning preaching through the radio that does not pass through an FM or AM media is still creating much awareness about the truth. A chief called from another village that we were not aware that our waves are getting right there to appreciate the work we are doing.
1) I shall attend our annual preacher’s forum in Douala on the 10th through the 12th of May 2012
2) Weekend evangelism will take some students far from Wotutu because of the demand from those Christians there. More students keep sending their application forms back to us for study.
3) Plans to organize a preacher’s wife forum is under way.
4) My plans to travel to Zambia is still being looking upon for means to make the trip by His will.
We thank God for helping us meet up with our programs daily. We thank you for your prayers and support towards this work. Do your best to share it with others. May God bless and watch over you all.
Elangwe and family
By His grace director of CBIW