Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters in Cameroon and all the students in CBIW. We do hope this reports finds you all in good health and a sound faith.
Last week in CBIW went on well with little health issues, but sister Ruth is still helping as she dispensed medications to sick students.
This weekend took our students to 10 different locations for weekend evangelism. As I write this email all of them are back on campus. Thank you for your prayers for journey mercies. God continues to work through our efforts to reach out to souls, as we think souls we go for souls, so that by the grace of God we can rob some souls from the strong man’s house.
The Wotutu congregation continues to enjoy from our general theme for 2014 “A Year Of Love In Action.” Today, the Bible study focused on “Love in the Family.” We are paying greater attention to families because if we have stronger families that love the Lord and fear Him, then we shall equally have a great congregation that loves and is willing to share love to one another.
The Ediki congregation is growing. Brother Samson was baptized a few weeks ago and he has become very instrumental in the congregation. Keep him in your prayers to use his personality to influence the church in that community. Keep brother Thomas Eyong in your prayers also as he is very sick and he is also a member of the Ediki congregation.
Our students went to different locations on house to house evangelism.
They met people with the gospel in their sitting room, which is highly appreciated by many. The gospel is for all.
Our students keep growing in these different locations as they are giving opportunity to preach and teach in different pulpits. Keep praying for them.
Our children carry the tradition of the Wotutu congregation where children attend their children’s class during Bible study. In this congregation, the children will be under a plantain tree to study, which is good.
Sister Juliet Mbah obeyed the gospel in the Down Beach congregation this weekend.
Sister Jackeline smiled as she received a Bible in the Dikome congregation after her baptism. Keep this young congregation in your prayers as they keep growing. We send our students weekly to preach and teach in the entire community to provoke growth.
Christians in Dikome received hymns from the hymns we received from brother David Ballard. More congregations will continue to benefit from it as God opens ways for us to have more, and even used books and Bibles if donated to us.
Reaching Dikome is not an easy task. The road that leads there is passable in the dry season, but during the rainy season it will become more difficult. Keep this work in your prayers as we reach out to this community and we shall also extend it to other communities. I will be making a trip there next month.
1) We shall be sending our students this weekend to the Kossala congregation as they have invited the entire school to come and help in evangelism. Our ex-student, Mulango Sakwe, is the evangelist there.
2) We have in mind to continue reaching out to unreached / virgin communities as long as we have the means.
God bless you for standing by us with the work here. We thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all your prayers and support to accomplish whatsoever we can accomplish here. God bless you as you share this report with others.
Elangwe and family
By His grace director CBIW