Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters here. We do hope you are doing great. Thanks for keeping us in your prayers. As I type this report, my health condition is better.
The week went on well, but I missed my time in class with the students because of my ill health. My wife has given me another week to rest and refresh myself before I could go back to class. I am teaching the course “Life of Christ 2.” It is a great course and I am happy to expose the life of Christ to the students who will intend in due season to teach many to live like Christ and make heaven.
The rainy season is up on its peak. Because of such a climate many tend to get sick. Keep us in your prayers. Many cannot even afford to go see the doctor now. There are lots of challenges, but our God is alive and will help us.
Our weekend evangelism is going on well. Our evangelism van can transport students now out of Wotutu to different destinations. This weekend students went out to 8 locations.
More students can be transported at once because of the presence of the van. God is faithful and we send our sincere appreciation to all those who put resources together. God will bless them and replenish from where they took to give to the work here.
Today’s visitors stayed after worship to study some more with our students. I could not attend to them all because of my bed rest. More tracts from Mission Printing are coming our way and demands from other congregations are already coming to my office.
The memories of our visitors are still very strong in the lives of the beneficiaries. Minister David visited the sick, the elderly to pray, and share with them.
Brightland Christian Academy, the Christian school with a difference, keeps making waves in our communities as many see the importance of Christian education. Their excellent result this year in external exams shows God’s hand at work. Keep praying for the school as we started admission for more kids.
This weekend took students to 8 locations and it yielded 2 souls, and 3 souls were added in Wotutu, one of them a French lady. French speaking people continue to gain the message through our “Back to the Bible” program. The new Divisional officer of Buea just stopped the church of Christ Wotutu not to preach again early in the morning. It is a joint effort of some denominational leaders who are against us as we expose the truth on daily basis. With tears in my eyes and the eyes of our congregation, pray that God opens doors for us as we plan to send a delegation to meet the chief for mutual reasoning on the issue (Rom 13:1-3).
Brother Martin baptized sister Ruth Ngum. Brother Chu Elvis baptized sister Eunice in the Wotutu congregation. A total of 5 souls were added to the Lord’s body this weekend.
We are still making plans for the Idenau evangelism.
God bless you and keep you strong. Thanks for your love and deep concern for the work here. God bless you for your time, prayers, thoughts, and support. Do your best to share this report with others.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director BVBIC-Wotutu