Attitude Makes A Difference...

Dearest in Christ,

Accept greetings from this end. I do hope you are doing well in all that you do. We are also doing great here in CBIW and God is doing great things in His vineyard. Do your best to extend our greetings to your family and the church.

This week was a busy one for all of us in CBIW. Brother Hilman Orume, who lives close to the school here in Wotutu, finally accepted the gospel after 7 months of study with the students. He accepted the gospel and smiled coming out of the water for a new life to start after this exercise. Please keep him in your prayers to walk worthy of his calling.

The students keep growing in their devotional and the chapel them was “An Attitude That Makes A Difference.” The theme was to help our students know that they are supposed to be transformed in all their ways to make way for the gospel they preach.

I, and one lecturer left the school over the weekend to attend a study workshop on the book of 1 Corinthians under the them, God’s Solution To A Problem Church,” organized by the Batibo Church of Christ in the Northwest Region about 300 miles from Wotutu. It was the first of its kind in Cameroon and I was assigned 1 Corinthians 1 and 2. The workshop went on well.

I left the workshop to a struggling congregation in a village where I was assigned to teach on Sunday. I had to cross a big river with a cane bridge. Souls are everywhere to rescue. Thank you for your prayers, for I returned to school yesterday evening safe and sound to continue the work to train men to preach and also to help the Wotutu and Tole congregations move ahead.

I am crossing a traditional bridge to another village over the weekend to preach and teach. It was wonderful. They need our students during the next campaign. It will really help the villagers to see the light of the gospel and escape from their wicked traditions and practices.

Brother Tobias, over the weekend, visited a village far from the school on personal evangelism to one of his childhood friends. There is no church in that village. His report gives us insight about the possibilities to extend our work there. Keep us in your prayers to meet up with all of the challenges. 

Some students will be going to the Tole congregation this weekend for weekend evangelism. Please keep them in your prayers.

We shall move to a new virgin land next month to establish a congregation. Please keep us in your prayers. 

A public address system, and transportation remain a stumbling block to most of our visions.

Thank you very much for being a part of this soul winning team. We think souls! Please do your best to think in our direction so that the work and the vision we have will keep going to the glory of our King.

Do your best to share this report with others. 

God bless you and watch over you.
Elangwe and family.
By His grace, director of CBIW

Posted on July 25, 2011 .