Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Wotutu congregation and also the students of CBIW. We hope you are all doing fine in all that you do.
I was able to teach on the first day in the second quarter. I started with Hermeneutics, while we shall go through another 8 courses in this quarter if God will’s.
It is another great moment again for us in CBIW, as the students returned last week. Classes started on Monday, the 1st of April and we praise God the first week has passed by without any problem, just for the fact that some students came back from mission work with severe malaria, which is under control with the drugs in our school medicines box. We bought some and added them. This is the period where many people are sick because of the changes in climate. Brother John was taken to the hospital to see the doctor on his complaint.
The theme for last week was JOY. This was aimed at helping students and members of our congregation to be joyful for the many things that God has done for them. They may be in pains and other predicaments, but just for the fact that they are alive , then they need to be joyful.
Evangelism in Wotutu with the new students has started again house to house, after the personal evangelism course. We can allow all who are on campus to go house to house on Saturday to reach out. Many came back with lots of appreciations from our keen Back to the Bible radio program, while many asked questions concerning what they hear every early morning 5 AM.
The work is in progress. We thank God.
Each of the students received his handouts. We decided to produce all notes in this form and give to the students. It is expensive, but it is worth it because it will help the students throughout their lives as a preacher.
The other papers are the first result for the beta batch featuring 26 students instead of 27. One was absent throughout the exams because of ill health. Keep the students in your prayers for them to keep growing as they pay attention to what the Bible says, as we guide through all of that here in CBIW.
Batoke mission is still pending for the establishment of a new congregation.
We shall send our students to other congregations for weekend evangelism as they continue to demand students to come over and help.
Many thanks to God for you, for all that you are doing to make sure the gospel is in progress here in Cameroon. God bless you and keep you all focused on souls and for the rescuing of souls from darkness.
Do your best to share this report with others in your life.
Elangwe and family
By His grace, Director CBIW