Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from this part of the globe. We are happy this way and we do hope all is well with you and the family there.
The Wotutu congregation entered into the new month of April sound, and the church is healthy. Keep praying for us as the general theme for the year: “My Year of Determination” continues to create impact in the lives of many here.
The students in BVBIC-Wotutu continue to grow as they prepare for full time ministry come the end of this year. The students are growing and they will start research of different topics which will be documented in our school and they will go with a copy. We are still delaying to get our computer and internet going. This will help the students get access to the internet. Our computers are all down because of a power problem on our building.
I analyzed the theme of the month. “Total Transformation,” Eze. 37:1-11. It was great today in Wotutu as many of our visitors confessed the emptiness of their dry bones and that they need the word to gain flesh and be a living being.
The congregation in Wotutu is getting filled weekly. More benches will be needed pretty soon. Keep this work in your prayers as the Lord’s blessings attract the devil to come closer.
Today our congregation was blessed with the gift of a child through the family of brother Lovert. Little Eboli Daniel came in as a set of twins, but one pass away. Keep this family in your prayers.
The children of the Brightland Christian Academy displayed how they can smile and how they are clean. Many thanks to all who are involved in making this possible. Tomorrow we shall appear before the minister of social affairs to hand all the documents. We have been operating the home for the past one year now, and at the level of our region the delegates go and check all the documents to make the home legal. This is the final stage to hand over the documents for final authorization. Keep me and my wife in your prayers as we travel early in the morning to Yaoundé.
The Lord added brother Robert in Wotutu congregation.
The Lord added brother Rene, who obeyed the gospel. Our mission printing tracts and our early morning radio program is making an impact in the entire community.
Likomba mission is growing. The new congregation is growing so rapidly that we need more benches now, if possible, to handle many more people who are discovering the congregation and the New Testament worship in that community.
Thank you Lord for all that you are using your people to do in the life of this congregation and the work in Cameroon. Thank you for allowing the Lord to use you.
Share this with many others in your life.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director BVBIC-Wotutu