Evangelism: The Backbone Of The Work In Cameroon...

Dearest in Christ,

Greetings from this end. We do hope you are doing great and God is blessing in all that you do. God is faithful to us, even though many continue to get sick because of the weather condition. For the past 4 weeks now the rain continues nonstop.

Students are continuing in their learning progress and God is seeing them through. Thanks very much for your prayers. The beginning of this month was great to all our students and some staff, as the overseeing congregation gave a gift to all of them. It was a big surprise, but they were told our God is full of surprises as for those who trust in Him.

Evangelism is the backbone of the work here and we do all we can daily and weekly to make sure our students reach out to souls, which is good for their training. We also do a lot of follow up after we pass through a community.

Our students are always happy to preach and teach in the Wotutu congregation, which is the number one ground of their practicals. Keep praying for them.

Join me to thank God for adding one more precious year in my life. I celebrated my birthday on the July 31st. I am thankful to God for adding a year in my life which I will use for the services He has entrusted in my hands. The Wotutu congregation celebrated with me today and I shared candy with the entire congregation. That is what I could afford.

Thank you for your prayers for one of our students, Akama Kingsly, who was sick and needed an emergency surgery for a hernia. Many thanks to the STC for their timely intervention to help our brother. He was able to set up on the day of the surgery.

The doctors were able to do their job. It was successful and we give thanks to God for His great care. Please keep him in your prayers, as he continues to recover from the pains.

Plans
Mission work to Idenau may not come up anytime soon because of the poor weather conditions.

Appreciation
God bless you. Thank you for your care, love, and care towards us and the work here. God will bless you and keep you strong for more of His work. Do your best to share with others.

Elangwe and family
By His grace Director BVBIC-Wotutu

Posted on August 2, 2015 .