Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Cameroon. We pray our warm greetings meet you in good health and sound faith. The rainy season is still on and we are doing our best in the midst of bad weather.
Last week went on well in BVBIC-Wotutu. Our instructors continue to struggle even through rain to make sure our schedules in school move on smoothly. Their commitment is a great lesson for our students to keep in their hearts even after they leave school.
Students were out for weekend evangelism in four different locations with Batoke having mass evangelism, as students were there to do house-to-house evangelism.
As I write this report, those who went out for weekend evangelism have made their way back to school.
Because of the bad weather conditions, students are advised to put on a pullover to keep warm, even as they sit in class with white pullovers the school prescribed.
Mass evangelism went to the village of Batoke. It was great, as many were able to be touched with the pure gospel. The work is taking a different dimension now as our students go there on a weekly basis to continue nurturing.
House-to-house evangelism was our business and the Lord was with us to reach out and make known the name of the Lord to the community.
Young men in the community were amazed with the amount of truth exposed by our students. As the Lord continues to add young and vibrant people into His body, it gives the church a future.
Our students were standing on the line like soldiers ready with the word, which is more than the mostly deadly bomb. They were ready and courageous to dismantle the works of the evil one in high places. Keep them in your prayers.
Many thanks to those who made it possible for the van to be here. The van was able to carry above 17 persons to Batoke community. God blessed and replenished the source in His Son’s name.
Children in the Wotutu congregation continue to study the Bible away from the adult class. We are happy to see our children growing with the truth. This gives us a strong future for the church. As our children study, the future of the church is assured.
Sister Rosine obeyed the gospel in Batoke. Keep her in your prayers as she was happy to worship the New Testament design today for her first time.
Brother Peters obeyed the gospel and God added 7 precious energetic souls into His kingdom in Batoke. We are sure of their growth as our students will be there on a weekly basis to nurture.
Getting to some villages during this period is not easy. It takes time and hard work to get to some destinations, but we praise God that He will always take us and bring us back safe and sound.
Getting Bibles into the hands of new converts who are ready to study more is our pleasure. The demand for Bibles comes to my office on a daily basis. Please, if you can donate more Bibles, they go into the hands of our converts and will help them teach others. As they grow in the Lord it is awesome.
Our Idenau mission is on, as we did a feasibility study of that coastal border town with Nigeria. It will be great for the church of Christ to be established there. It will help many who are in that community.
God bless you. We are thankful for all that you are doing. Thank you for your prayers, thoughts, and support for the work going on here.
Brightland Christian Academy and Brightland Christian orphanage continue to make impact on the lives of children in the Wotutu area and Cameroon. God bless you and keep you strong as you share this report with others.
Elangwe and family
By His grace director BVBIC-Wotutu