A lot happening in Wotutu

Dearest in Christ,

Greetings from your brothers and sisters here in Cameroon. We are doing okay except for our student John Abeya who is sick. He is having some difficulties in urinating. Please keep him in your prayers.

Last week in BVBIC-Wotutu went on well and it was busy as student’s wives came to Wotutu to attend their ladies class. This time around the topic was “BASIC BIBLE KNOWLEDGE.” Thanks to sister Robin for building up the study materials for our sisters here. It is helping them know how to function along-side their husbands in congregations after graduation. 

Our students ended the quarter with two short courses. They studied “Galatians and “Christian Evidences.” It was great. Brother Itali and I taught the courses. Our students are now on their way to their evangelism sites and many have already gotten to their destinations. Keep them in your prayers.

Our students are out of Wotutu for their third mission assignment as they endthe third quarter of their training in BVBIC-Wotutu. They are going to 19 different communities. They will be there for two weeks preaching and teaching. Some of them will be touching two villages within this period before they return to school.

Our van took some students, while my small car took other students, a long distance and dispatched them to start moving towards their different locations. The reason for this was for our students to get to their location on time. These days, because of the current political situation in Cameroon, cars will not be in circulation Mondays through Wednesdays. Therefore, if they don’t get to their destination today while taxis are running then it will delay their mission efforts in several locations.


More mission invitations are coming our way for next month. Also, the annual Bible lectureship will be coming up from the 23rd to the 26th of November 2017 in Nso Khakilaki village. We are invited to be part of it and to help with house to house evangelism.


Thanks for your prayers and support. You have supplied many items that help to make this work move along. God bless you for all you do. Please share our report with others.

Elangwe and family,

By His grace director BVBIC-Wotutu


Posted on September 12, 2017 .