December 2018

Dear Friends and Co Labourers,

Paul wrote to his beloved friends at Philippi in Philippians 1, “I thank my God upon every remembrance of you, Always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy,…”  Paul shared the kind of relationship with the believers at Philippi that caused him to thank God for them every time He brought them to his remembrance.  Today, Cassie and I feel the same way about each of you.  As a result of your faithful prayers and financial support we are able to continue doing what God has called us to do.  From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.

We are thrilled to be able to partner with you to reach the world with the Gospel.  Just since our last letter, our travels to fan the flame of world evangelism have taken us to Utah, Indiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, and of course our home state of Georgia.  Not only have we had the privilege of helping churches with their missions outreach through missions conferences and special Sundays, but also we have had the opportunity to share the gospel on numerous occasions along the way.  I want to assure you that both Cassie and I realize that world evangelism does not begin across the sea, but rather across the street.  Would you please join us in prayer that the seed of the gospel that has been sown will take root and produce fruit in the hearts of those to whom we have witnessed?

I have been preaching a message lately that I have entitled, “Being a Blessing to America.”  Throughout the course of the message I place special emphasis on the great need of reaching our own country with the Gospel.  Recently while preaching in NC, a young man who had surrendered to missions but was still praying about where to go, approached me to tell me that God had burdened his heart that night to reach America!  Praise the Lord!  That, ladies and gentlemen, is beyond a shadow of a doubt the hope of our great country.  Again, while preaching that same message at another church, we were amazed at the number of people that asked us afterward how they might support church planting here in our own country.  Of course, it was our joy to tell them.  We praise the Lord for what we see the Lord doing along the way.  God is not through calling men to the mission field or using those who desire to be a help and a blessing to missionaries to get the job done!  Truly, we are labourers together with Christ as the Bible teaches us in I Corinthians 3:9.  Each and every one of us can and should have a part in reaching the world with the Gospel.  Will you pray?  Will you give?  Will you go?

We have also been very busy here at our home office in Hoschton, Georgia, as well.  We have departure interviews scheduled with church planters headed to both Argentina and Nicaragua, with more to come as missionaries reach their targeted support level while on deputation.  We have also interviewed, and Lord willing, will be approving a national church planter in Venezuela, with another interview scheduled with a missionary to Brazil.  This is an answer to prayer for which we are tremendously grateful.  Please join us in praying that God would raise up even more labourers in the days to come.  Remember Jesus said in Matthew 9:38, “Pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he will send forth labourers into his harvest.”

By the time many of you receive this letter Christmas time will be upon us.  Cassie and I want you to know that we consider your friendship and partnership with us as a precious gift from God for which we do not take for granted or lightly.  Therefore we thank you and wish each of you a very Merry Christmas.  As a result of our wonderful Lord’s faithfulness through each of you, we continue by faith.


For the sake of souls,

Dr. Scott and Cassie Caudill


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September 2018

Dear Friends and Co-Laborers,

As always, Cassie and I greet you in the name that is above every other name, the Lord Jesus Christ.  As we correspond this quarter, it is with a deep sense of gratitude and praise for literally thousands of miles of safe travel and many opportunities to share the Gospel while on our way.  It has been our joy to represent you and your church family while traveling abroad and at home for the cause of Christ.

The highlight of the quarter was the blessing of being part of our Macedonia European Church Planter’s Conference in Rothenburg, Germany.  Within just twelve days, Cassie and I traveled through seven countries, stayed in two missionary’s homes, and spent three days with our European missionary families during the conference. 

Upon arriving in England, it was our joy to spend a few days with Brother Jonathan and his wife, Mrs. Natalie VandenHurk.   They are being used of the Lord in a mighty way at the Calvary Baptist Church in Peterborough, England.  I was amazed to see God bless their services during the Lord’s Day when we were with them.  I preached Sunday morning, Cassie taught the children’s Sunday school during the afternoon, and we were thrilled to hear Bro. VandenHurk preach the Sunday evening service.  What a day we had!  We left greatly encouraged after having spent time with this great couple and their church family.  

From England, it was on to Germany where we met with nine MWBM missionary families serving in Europe for the Church Planter’s Conference.  Dr. Roger Baker, MWBM’s European/Middle East Field Director, did a wonderful job planning and preparing for the conference.  I know each family was blessed and encouraged as we all spent time together around the things of the Lord.  I truly believe each family left challenged to stay the course for the cause of Christ. Cassie and I both taught classes during the conference and greatly enjoyed spending time with the missionaries.  We were encouraged as we visited with them and got a better understanding of their burden, their passion, their struggles, and accomplishments.   The Lord is using this group of people to spread the gospel to Europe, but more laborers are needed!  Would you consider joining them as they seek souls for Christ?

After the conference, we joined Bro. Jeremiah and Mrs. Lindsay Cooley along with their daughter Ruth, at their home in southern Germany.  On Sunday, we traveled with them into Liechtenstein where they hold services each week.  This is a closed country, but the Cooleys are spreading the gospel there.  It was our joy to meet a young man Bro. Cooley led to Christ just recently.    I am convinced God is going to use the Cooleys in a great way in Liechtenstein.

If not for your faithful prayers and support, we could not have made this remarkable trip.  Our hearts are burdened more than ever for the great need for Christ to be preached around the world.   We send to you sincere thanks for your generosity and sacrifice in getting us to Europe. 

The need is great, but the laborers are few.   Let us each one heed Christ’s plea to pray the Lord of the harvest that he would send forth laborers.  Also, consider visiting the mission field yourself to be an encouragement to your missionaries.  If you were on a foreign field, what a tremendous blessing it would be to you to receive a visit from someone who cared for you and sought to spur you on in the work of the Lord.  At Macedonia, we would love to help you get to the field in any capacity you feel led to go. 

Please join us in prayer for Dylan, a young man I had the privilege of witnessing to recently while we were on the road.  Everyone everywhere needs the gospel!  It is our great joy and honor to be your ambassadors for Christ!

Since returning from Europe we have resumed a busy schedule here in our home office and on the road.  Truly the hour is late, and the need is great!  Therefore, with the help of the Lord as well as our co Labourers we continue by faith. 



Dr. Scott and Cassie Caudill
Ps. 28:7