Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Cameroon. We do hope you and your entire family are doing great also over there. It is amazing what the Lord is doing with His great love to us in this sinful world.
Last week in the CBIW family went well, just for some students and members of the Wotutu congregation who are down in health. God is helping us in many ways because of the situation and condition many are living into it.
Sister Karine Muofo obeyed the gospel in Wotutu. She is purely French speaking. We need to get a French Bible for her. Keep her in your prayers.
The students are doing their best as they prepare for ministry in a year time; how time keeps going. They will soon start writing their long course exams by the end of this month, while the first week of December will be a short course and vacation and they will be done with the first year of their studies.
All of us are back from weekend evangelism, as some students went out to 5 locations. They came back with joyous reports as we join the host of Heaven to praise God. The Ediki work is progressing and the members of that congregation are appreciative to God for the revival of their spirit as they continue to worship God. The Batoke congregation is moving on well. Our students continue to go there for weekend evangelism and it is creating an impact in the community. Students return safe in other places.
The cry of a sister in Bafia village, who called us to come and help them, was heard. God heard her cry as we listened and thought of the souls there. We sent some students there over the weekend and now the Bafia congregation has been revived and 10 souls were restored and they started worshiping today. We shall continue to do the follow up until next year where a graduate will go there permanently for full time ministry. Keep this work in your prayers.
CBIW students in Bafia village were excited after baptizing brother Cletus over the weekend. Please keep this young man in your prayers.
Sister Karine and some members of Wotutu congregation sand to the glory of God after her baptism.
Sister Ruth Wase is now part of the CBIW family as a school nurse because the government demanded schools should have medical personnel to help watch out for the health conditions of those in the school and the community. I pleaded with sister Ruth who accepted to come and be a volunteer in CBIW and also in Brightland Christian Academy. She has been here now for the past week and she is doing a great job. She is a young widow and has a child. She is a state registered nurse qualified to help save some in emergencies. Her stay with us will be beneficial to the work here as we dream big about a mobile Christian clinic in the future into the villages as we preach. We shall help those who cannot afford and do not have access to primary health care. Come and dream with us.
Brother Dikana, one of our students received treatment in the dormitory. This makes it less expensive for us to rush our students to the hospital. Brother Dikana is has malaria, so the sister can now treat right on campus rather than going to Limbe. All we need to do is to buy enough drugs and stock in our small clinic. We have a cupboard and a small bed that can handle a patient on a more serious condition.
1) We are planning to continue with follow up in all our areas of work.
2) We were invited to attend our national annual Bible lectureship the end of this month in Tombel. Please keep the trip in your prayers.
God alone will bless and reward you for all that you are doing for the work here. Thank you. We keep you in our prayers. Please keep us in your prayers. Share our report with others. God bless you.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW