Dearest in Christ,
Greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Cameroon. I hope this report will meet you in good health and sound faith. We are doing fine with our health even though with some health challenges our brethren.
As I write this report 23 out of our 27 students are back on campus safe and sound. They brought great news about God’s accomplishment in all the 25 locations that they were serving in house to house and nurturing existing congregations. Those who are not here as of now are still in their villages sick, while others slept on the road and are still struggling to make it back to Wotutu because of the bad roads.
The Lord added another soul in Matoh Butu congregation as brother Amos Itoe was baptized. A total of 42 souls were added into Christ while 11 Christians who had fallen away were brought back to the Lord in those 25 locations. We praise God for accomplishing His great work again. Join us to praise God.
Brother Yanick, with rain boots, travelled to Matoh Butu Village to serve the Lord. It was not easy because of the nature of the road. Our students suffered much to get to their places to serve because the rainy season is still disturbing many here to travel and even their health.
Brother Yanick, in Matoh Butu, baptized our new brother Abel Mosaka. Keep him in your prayers to grow to maturity.
I sincerely make this appeal to you for more Bibles for our new converts. Many need the work to study as they grow to maturity. We have these ones now and during the last campaign.
Please keep the Wotutu congregation in your prayers as we mourn the departure of one of our devoted and mission minded sisters, Martha Mesumbe, after a protracted illness. Her corpse will be buried this Saturday. It will be by His grace an ample opportunity to reach out to that family where our sister and the brother who was in our alpha batch graduates.
Keep the Nkenganyi Norbert family, our graduate also, who lost his kid brother yesterday in his early 30s. Keep his young family that he left behind.
1) We shall be going to Mbanga congregation next month for mass house to house evangelism with all the students and some staff. The Mbanga congregation is a young congregation we established during the alpha batch and one of our graduates, evangelist Ititi Benedict, is doing a great job in that community. Keep this work in your prayers.
2) Ediki congregation keeps growing as our students go there every weekend for evangelism, preaching and teaching.
3) Batoke congregation is moving. The Lord added 1 soul again during the campaign of CBIW students. Keep the work equally in your prayers.
God bless you for your prayers as we move up and down for the gospel sake. We thank God for answering our prayers as most of the students made it back to school. God bless you and reward you for investing into saving souls. Do your best to share this report with others.
God bless you as we think souls and go out to rob from the strong man’s house.
Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW