Transforming Souls, Gaining Consciousness Of God...

Dearest in Christ,

Accept greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Wotutu in particular and Cameroon as a whole. This 2014 is on good footing as we can see God working in our lives in many ways. Souls are being transformed and souls are gaining consciousness about God, which is good.

We do hope that life is going well with you over there. You are always in our prayers and we do appreciate you for doing same to us.

Last week in CBIW went on well as students continue to grow as they study the word. They are becoming more committed as they are in their final year to fully prepare themselves to face the challenges that they must face as slaves, or better still, servants of Christ. It is always my joy to see these men when they get here into CBIW, some have been preaching for many years in different places, but still lack some basic knowledge, that is why they came to be fully equipped for every good work. CBIW is there to help many trace their divine calling. Many pulpits will be filled and many souls will be won for Jesus because of CBIW and you who are standing by us. Many thanks to you, as communities without the church by His grace can have a congregation that will impact the entire community. Thank you for thinking souls and for standing by us. Our efforts shall never be a waste, 1 Cor 15:58.

This weekend, our students went out to 6 villages for weekend evangelism. God continues to bless the work with souls. The Dikome work is going on well as a young dynamic man obeyed the gospel this week. Keep brother Sakwe in your prayers. He was an assistant (pastor in their denomination), but was fast to identify the truth. The truth is so powerful. Praise God for this new soldier.

Ediki, and all the other young congregations where we are doing follow up on weekly basis, are all healthy. Keep praying for them and for the efforts to reach out to many.

The students on Friday moved with hymns to different locations for weekend assignments and also to help congregations sing from the hymns. We are still praying for the flow of tracts to be available, as many desire to read more about the study in our absence to get more informations as it takes them back to the Bible. Many thanks to those who donated those hymns to us. Many congregations are appealing for hymns and tracts. We are comforting them with hopes that very soon we shall have some more. Only God knows when that will happen.

A young man, Edube Andrew, the son of an elder obeyed the gospel over the weekend, and it brought trouble to the father. According to him, it disgraced his personality as an elder quoting from the Bible that an elder must keep his house well. This young man quoted from same Bible where the Bible teaches about a man of one wife, but the father is having more than one wife. Please keep brother Edube in your prayers. He can be the one God will use to deliver his family from errors.

The Mudeka congregation is inviting the entire school for a four days of house to house evangelism in their village. This weekend, by His grace, we shall be there while some will be in our usual place of work.

Many thanks to God for His great care and work over us. We thank God for calling you to be part of this work here in Cameroon. God bless you and keep you and your family safe. We love you and you are all in our prayers.

Do your best to share this report with others.

Elangwe and family
By His grace Director CBIW

Posted on January 26, 2014 .