Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from this end. We hope you are doing okay. We are doing okay here and God is blessing us and the work we are doing.
This week was a busy one for the students of CBIW as they were writing their first quarter exams with tension on how the exams will be. They scaled through it and we praise God. Only the end will testify their progress from what we taught them in class.
Brother David and brother Godwin were ready to travel for mission on weekend to help evangelize, preach and teach in Mile Four, the newly established congregation.
CBIW students can lead in the Wotutu congregation now. There is a saying that “charity begins at home.” We are exposing them now to preach, teach and lead songs, so that they will not face much problems as they move to their first campaign next month to different congregations.
Our worship hall this morning had a full cross section. Keep the work here in your prayers as many continue to listen to our early morning program Back to the Bible. We need to increase the loudness by buying new horn speakers to carry the message far.
1) Next month students will go to different locations around Cameroon in both French and English communities to preach and teach. Keep our plans in your prayers for God’s name to be made known.
2) We shall move to Obonime. This will be the first time the people of that community will hear with the undiluted message. A brother in Christ attended our graduation and made this appeal for us to go to his village and establish a congregation. Some students with me will be there this March, by His grace, to set the work going, if the Lord wills.
Thank you, thank you for your prayers, your love and your priceless support to make sure things are going. God bless and keep you for many more things to happen. You are in our prayers and we pray you are sound and in good health.
Do your best to share this report with others. God bless you and watch over you.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW