September 2019

Dear Fellow Laborers,

The psalmist encourages us in Psalm 68:3…”But let the righteous be glad; let them rejoice before God: yea, let them exceedingly rejoice.” We have much to rejoice over as God’s children! Our names are recorded in heaven; our souls are safe in Jesus; our sins have been forgiven; our future is bright! Cassie and I are also rejoicing over the privilege to serve Him on your behalf as your missionaries. He has been so very good to us. From the bottom of our hearts thank you for your prayers and financial support.

You may remember at the first of the year Cassie and I set a goal to have a small part in helping churches raise one million dollars for World Evangelism in 2019. World Missions Sundays, Missions Conferences, Faith Promise meetings, Special Missions Offerings…we have been keeping track of the money churches in these kinds of meetings have raised to send the gospel around the world. Thus far, with four months to go in the year, our records show that faith promise commitments and missions giving have totaled $825,000. We still have several missions conferences and special Sundays to go. Therefore we are continuing to pray the Lord will help us reach and exceed this million dollar goal. Of course, this is a result of many hours of travel, prayer, and preparation, as well as your faithful giving and partnership with us in this ministry. Thus far in this quarter alone our travels have taken us to NC, SC, AL, FL, TN, VA, and GA. We could not do this work without the faithful prayers and giving of churches like yours. Please know we are doing what we can do to make sure that fruit abounds to your account, our great God is being magnified, and His great plan to reach the world with the Gospel is being carried out.

We would like to say a special thank you to Heaven Bound Baptist Church and Pastor Jimmy Settle of North Wilkesboro, NC, who received a special offering to go toward our travels to Africa and Europe next year. We are saving now to purchase airline tickets to go to Burkina Faso, West Africa, in January to visit our MWBM church planters, the Keith Shumaker family. We expect these tickets to cost around $3,000. We also have a scheduled meeting in the Netherlands to take part in a church planters conference with all of our European missionaries in July, 2020. I have asked our office staff to set up an account to put back money to prepare for the expenses for these trips. Please join us in prayer that the Lord would help us as we make plans for these visits with our missionaries.

Recently while in a missions revival in Crestview, FL, Cassie was able to share the gospel with a young lady who worked at the hotel where we were staying. Please help us pray for Donelle that she would receive the help she needs from the Lord. Also, as our travels allow Cassie is now volunteering periodically in Bible clubs in the public schools. She is able to share the gospel each week with elementary school children. Pray for fertile ground in the hearts of these youngsters and that they would receive Christ as their Savior.

In closing, please know that we are trying to be a faithful witness for our Lord everywhere we go. I often say world evangelism does not begin across the sea… it begins across the street. Each Christian should endeavor to reach their neighbors, friends, and family for Christ, as well as give to send missionaries around the world to every mission field. It is only with your determination to do so that Cassie and I are able to continue by faith.


For the sake of souls,

Dr. Scott Caudill


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June 2019

Dear Co Labourers,
To God be the glory, great things He has done!  Cassie and I write with exciting news since our previous letter.  Over the course of the last quarter our Executive Board has been very busy.  We have approved new missionary families to the Southwest as well as the Northwest USA.  Another couple has committed to be a part of our “church rescue” ministry and assist struggling churches across America.  In just a few days we will be interviewing another family that has filed application to take the Gospel to China.  These are exciting days to say the least; days in which we have been reminded that God is not through calling His people to very specific fields of service.  It is our joy here at Macedonia to labor alongside of these sending churches and pastors in order that others may hear the same good news that changed our lives.  Praise the Lord!
We have had the busiest spring since our service began with Macedonia.   Week after week, while staying in close contact with our home office, it has been our joy to travel from state to state as ambassadors for world evangelism.  God has granted safety over the course of thousands of miles of traveling for which we are grateful.  He has also given us souls for our labor.  Recently, while soul winning during a mission conference at the Freedom Baptist Church of Fayetteville, NC, where Brother Paul Worley serves as the pastor, I had the privilege of leading a seventeen-year-old young man to the Lord.  What a joy!  I am also praying for another man I met that week by the name of David.  David was so kind to allow me to share the Gospel with him; however, he has yet to respond to it.  Will you please join me in prayer for David?  The greatest need right now in David’s life is his need of a Saviour
We also want to ask you to be much in prayer as Cassie and I plan two separate missions trips in 2020.  We are not sure at this point if she will be able to attend both; however, our plans are to be in Africa in  January, as well as Europe in July of next year.  Currently we are saving as much as we can and trusting the Lord to supply the finances in order that we may purchase the airline tickets.  The Lord is able!  He  has reminded us of that time and time again.  In fact, we want to personally thank Pastor Travis Blackwell and our friends at the Westside Baptist Church of Spartanburg, SC, who have been so very gracious to send monthly support specifically designated for travel.  From the bottom of our hearts we thank you.  God has been so gracious to us through His people.  We do not take that lightly neither do we take it for granted.  We are determined to be good and gracious stewards of the support that God gives.  We have set up a separate travel account here at the office as we plan for the trips I have mentioned next year.  We sure would appreciate your prayers for safety as well as for the financial need to be met.
Five years ago last month, Cassie and I left the pastorate after twenty two years in order for me to serve as the General Director of MWBM.  It would be absolutely impossible for me to share the names of all the people that God has used to assist us in doing what God has called us to do.  However, let me say to each of you yet again, thank you.  We love and appreciate you all and count it an honor to labor alongside of you for the Gospel’s sake.  Therefore, in light of the great need of the world, we continue by faith.
For the sake of souls,
Dr. Scott Caudill


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