Completing Their First Year Of Studies, Students Go For A Three-Week Campaign...

Dearest in Christ,

Greetings from this part of the globe. We are doing great and by the special grace of God we rounded out the first year of studies with the Gamma batch today. It was time for us to lift our hands to say, “Thank you, God for your protection and a safe year without any major problem with our students, staff, and families.”

We do hope you are doing great. We wish you the compliments of the season.

I am writing this report because I am traveling to Nigeria now, and I may not have access to the internet while there to send my report.

The year was a huge success to us. God used us to accomplish His mission here in Cameroon. We thank you for all that you do to make the things that happen, to happen in Cameroon.

Elder Randy, one of the elders from the overseeing congregation, was in Cameroon to teach 1 Corinthians, and his wife was here also. It was a blessing for the Gamma students to sit and study with him, a great teacher. The students appreciated their studies with him.

Sister Robin Martin was also in Cameroon: Wotutu alongside her husband to teach a course to the current students wives, “The Home, God’s Way.” It was great for all our students wives to benefit, both them and their families and the family of God where they will serve.

The number of sisters who came for the course from different villages were impressed to study with the sister, even though some of them have not gone to a former school. It was great. That is why we are struggling in Brightland Christian Academy to go ahead with the adult literacy classes that will help many women learn how to read and write.

The students took their exams Saturday, which mark the end of their first year. We were able to take pictures of the ladies, current students, and the general family.

It was time to have fellowship with the wives of some students who were visiting Limbe for the very first time. We took them beside the ocean and enjoyed fellowship.

It was a time to make speeches, a time to appreciate God, and also to sing to His name. It was a deep time for devotion and fellowship in prayers and songs.

We held our hands, which was a sign of our unity. We prayed  to our God from whom all blessings flow.

We shall start the new year with many calls to come over and help.

God bless you. We are thankful to God for all your efforts, prayers, and support to us to end up the year with 21 students, staff, and families without any problem. Thank you very much. Please keep us in your prayers as our students will be in 21 different locations for 3 weeks extra for house to house and then transit to holiday. It is only on January 2 that we shall welcome them back as we start the journey for the last year of their studies. Keep us in your prayers as you share this report with others.

I will not share report again until I return from Nigeria.

God bless you.

Elangwe and family
By His grace director of BVBIC- Wotutu

Posted on December 4, 2015 .