Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from Wotutu. We do hope this report finds you doing well. We are better, but continue to pray for some who are not sound in health here.
Last week in BVBIC-Wotutu was great. Students continue to experience growth and gaining more maturity. The staff continue to put in more efforts to fully equip the students, as many invest more hours above the normal six hours to help other students meet up with the available materials.
One of our students, Tita Henri, went on house to house evangelism. It was great, as many of them exposed the truth to searching hearts in that community.
Brother Edube stood in front of a business center sharing the truth. Many in that community will admire our students in their unique dressing of coat, black over black.
Join us and the host of heaven to celebrate another great success in the kingdom of God. God blessed the Likomba village work with souls and we also met a brother who was baptized since 1975 and has not been worshipping because there was no congregation in this community. We praise God that today in Likomba village a new congregation is established with 20 souls worshipping, excluding me and the students. Keep this work in your prayers as we nurture them to grow to maturity. We shall continue to send our students on a weekly basis to organize worship and to do house to house evangelism.
There were tears and joy in the hearts of brother Nanje and his wife when they entered into the parlor of a brother to worship again since 1975. Much appreciation goes to God and all who are making this possible through the school to make all these outreaches possible.
We are making more plans and invitations to different communities to come and help. The field really is ripe and there are very, very few laborers.
God bless you. Thank you for your prayers, support, and deep concern for the work here.
Do your best to share with others this report.
Elangwe and family
By His grace director BVBIC-Wotutu