David Ballard visits Cameroon

Dearest in Christ,

Greetings and love from our beautiful Cameroon. We are happy to share news with you on what the Lord is doing here in Wotutu through His children. We are on and God is watching over us in the midst of the crisis in Cameroon. Keep praying for us for we can see the effectiveness of your prayers as the ongoing crisis will soon take shape for peace to return as the world keeps praying over Cameroon, once peaceful nation.

Last week in Wotutu was great but very busy as many things were going on. Our Bible students were in class studying THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH as a short course. Brightland Christian schools were on a break as the third edition of VBS was on the secondary campus. The nurses’ room in the Bible building was used for the free medical consultation. The community came to benefit. Since the crisis has affected many who depend on farming such that they cannot freely farm now, they came and were helped by the free medical consultation and dispersion of medications.

Our coordinator came with a team of 8 this summer with different activities to be perform. You can see him in class teaching on the New Testament Church. It is very important for people to know about the new testament church. The students will gather the rich information from the subject matter and will take it to the corners of our country.

He brought ties to all the students and some staff who were present. The students were able to take two ties each. This will help them look neat as they preach the gospel. Thank you very much brother Steve Marx. Even though you have sickness, you were thinking about these students. You are in our prayers and we know that God will bless you.

In the Bear Valley Bible building nurses’ station, the free medical consultation was there. Many people came to see sister Vicki who was heading the medical department. She saw a total of 317 patients within 5 days. We send some serious cases to the hospital in Limbe to see the doctor, like a child with Hep B and SS, and woman with liver infection, and many others. This woman with liver infection escaped the war area in Kwa Kwa and has been staying in the bushes for long as the crisis is on. She developed this liver infection in the forest. She is now presently in my house to follow up with the doctor in Limbe. She cannot go back into the forest. She is a widow and her house was burned down in the crisis. Please pray for the situation we find ourselves in. It is hard here on both sides.


When the students return, we shall continue with the weekly evangelism in the west coast of Cameroon.


Thank you very much for all your help. My God continue to bless you as this work is in progress. Do your best to share these reports with others.

 God bless you.

 Elangwe and family

By the grace of God director BVBIC-Wotutu

Posted on June 25, 2019 .