Greetings from Cameroon. We hope all is well with you. As we are writing this report, we are proud to inform you that our school in is doing great and the boys are growing. We can see this growth as we observe them preaching in church during worship. Keep on praying for all of them.
Jesus went to the cross because of all of us. While we were still sinners Christ died and so today we are glad to preach the word in season and out of season. It is rainy season now in Cameroon and a very difficult time to travel from one place to the other, especially with the earth road to carry out evangelism. We travel very muddy roads on bikes to get to our various points for weekend evangelism. This makes the job more tedious, but still lovely and encouraging, as the brothers must still go from one place to the other preaching and nurturing assemblies. We always do our best to respond to the Macedonian call wherever we are needed. With our school van or with the public transport whenever the van not go through the terrain.
The students are seriously preparing for their second quarter exams, followed by their short courses which start on September 4th, then on their week of campaign, and finally a week for their quarterly break. I appreciate the greatness of God this day for the soundness of the scripture in our students as they go out for week end evangelism and around the streets of Mbanga to other villages.
We attended the annual youth retreat that took place last week in BMC College in Buea. We went along with a few youth student preachers in Mbanga and everything went well.
Things are going on well in our new campus and we are implanting our new facility in a gradual process. The fans are all working and by the end of this week the office, the library, and the visitors room will be equipped.
We are also preparing to inaugurate our new facility that is the building come Sunday 27th of August combined with our fellowship meal. Thanks for committing us in your prayers.
Remain blessed my beloved.
Your beloved ITITI Benedict