Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from Cameroon. I am writing this report out of Wotutu far away in the Kumba area where we are on evangelism with CBIW coordinator minister David Ballard.
He came to CBIW to teach the course New Testament Church. It was great and he ended the course on Friday before 3 p.m. Cameroonian time as the students were ready to leave for mission work immediately after that.
Sister Philomena was raised with Christ in Baptism. God bless you as you keep them in your prayers.
In Wotutu, 3 souls who have been worshiping with us for some months and weeks, respectively, accepted Jesus as they stood beside the river for baptism. Please keep them in your prayers as they are the very first to obey the gospel in their families.
As I write this report all the students made it to their destinations, praise God for their travels and safety.
Brother David Ballard shared course material on the New Testament Church. It was great for our students to have this course as they move around reaching out to many the gospel that will help many to be part of the church.
During his teaching of the course, brother David paused to show the students the Bible world where he visited using his laptop and projector device. It was great for them to see the reality of the things that they can read from the scriptures.
After the course, brother David took time to visit the sick and the elderly in their homes which was also practical concerning the love we share in our radio program back to the Bible.
Brother David and I went with our student, Etah Edwin, beside the Atlantic ocean where by the Lord’s will he will travel on the ocean about an hour to reach a community that he will do house to house evangelism during this period of field work.
As the students left campus, we also left Wotutu to 24 different villages, mostly where our Alpha batch graduates are serving to visit with them and also to nurture their respective congregations. We realized that they are doing a marvelous work for the Lord even though with difficulties, like tracks, Bibles and other personal problems. Please keep them in your prayers and the great work that is going on in Cameroon because of them.
The difficulties that it takes for an evangelist to get to their destinations of work occurs mostly during this rainy season. A bike helps us get there we praise God.
We were able to get a picture with all the 27 Beta batch students of CBIW with their new coordinator brother David. They are ready to learn and zealous to preach and teach in villages all over Cameroon.
1) Pray for all of our students who are already in the field reaching out to souls, so as to rob from the strong man’s house and also to nurture and conserve those already in Christ.
2) We will be involved in evangelism in Wotutu after this week.
3) Batoke mission is pending and we shall go there again for another survey. Keep us in your prayers.
God bless you for your love shown. God bless you for your prayers and support to this work. God alone will reward you.
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God bless you and watch over you and your family.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW