Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from the staff, students and our wonderful visiting lecturers who have been here with us contributing their parts for the training of men to preach the gospel.
As I write this mail to you brother Josh Austin, the coordinator of CBIW, left Cameroon safe and sound and will join a team in London for the holy land tour. Keep him in your prayers.
This past week, sister Celine Akama obeyed the gospel with her daughter the same day in the Wotutu congregation. The Lord continue to destroyed the kingdom of darkness and added souls into His kingdom. Please keep this work in your prayers.
Our week was hectic as all our students took their final exams in the book of Romans without much problems, except for one student brother, Nanje Shadrack Bea, who was involved in some problems, but everything is under control. Keep the students in your prayers as they are in 17 different villages for campaigns and one village (Makobe) is our target to fully establish a new congregation in that community. Pictures below will help identify some of the work that is seen in Cameroon. God has given the increase as the gospel is preached and souls are being added to the kingdom. The picture to the left shows brother Ballard baptizing Mindako Lydia.
To the right, brother David Ballard gave his finals in the book of Romans. He is still in Cameroon for a week to do evangelism and visit some congregations.
On the left, brother David used our PA system preaching every day at 4:45 am to the entire Wotutu community cutting across six different villages.
Some students with visual problems benefited from reading glasses from the visiting lecturer, brother Ballard, from the USA. These glasses will help make a difference for students in their studies and assignments.
One mother lives very close to the church hall and she has been benefiting from our morning radio program. Praise God she finally obeyed the gospel. Keep sister Joanna Mesue in your prayers as she walks with God. The radio program is reaching more and more in and around the Wotutu village. We are thankful to have such a valuable tool for preaching the gospel.
Yesterday we left Wotutu for Mambanda, which is 80 kilometers from Wotutu, where we meet the church during their Bible class and later on talk to some visitors that came for the Bible class and a sister obeyed the gospel bringing in 4 precious souls within this week. Keep them in your prayers.
The picture below and to the right shows our new sister who obeyed the gospel yesterday with smiles, leaving behind errors from denominational youth groups. Keep them in your prayers as we give them Bibles that they will read and keep growing.
1) All students are out now for one a week campaign.
2) We shall go for a campaign at the Muyuka congregation first week in July.
3) More demands for campaign and evangelism.
We praise God for helping us go through the second quarter of study in CBIW. Thanks to God for using you to be part of this work.God will not pass you by when He comes for His reward. Share this report with others who will love to be a part.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW