June 2018

Dear Co Labourers,

Cassie and I greet you as always in the name which is above every name, the Lord Jesus Christ.  It is only through Him that we have the hope of eternal life.  It is only through your faithful prayers and financial support that we can serve Him to the greatest extent.  From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.  We count it an honor to labor alongside of you for the cause of a world that stands in need of the Saviour.

First of all we want to thank every church, as well as every individual that helped us financially with the cost of our trip to Europe for our Macedonia World Baptist Missions European church planters conference coming up in the month of July in Rothenburg, Germany.  We are so glad to be able to report to you that between what Cassie and I have saved and what our supporting churches and individuals have given, every need has been supplied!  To God be the glory!  We also plan to attend church services with MWBM missionaries Jonathan and Natalie VandenHurk (England) as well as Jeremiah and Lindsey Cooley and family (Liechtenstein) while in Europe.  Needless to say we will be traveling many thousands of miles within the almost two weeks we will be out of the United States and therefore would certainly appreciate your prayers for safety.  I am convinced that only eternity will reveal the fruit of our efforts together as we make this trip.  Thank you for allowing us to represent you and your church family while in Europe and abroad.  Rest assured that is a task that we do not take lightly.

Since our last prayer letter, Cassie and I have “fanned the flame of world evangelism” in New York, Maryland, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, as well as our home state of Georgia.  Week after week, while traveling literally thousands of miles we count it all joy with your help to do what God has called upon us to do.  We have also been very busy here in our home office preparing for orientation and training June 18 through 21.  Lord willing, we will have the largest number of missionary families this year that we have had in several years.  Our executive board has also been busy.  Recently, they have approved two new missionary families to Argentina, one family to Peru, and another family to be a part of our USA church rescue ministry as well.  Every time God raises up another family I am reminded that He is still in the business of calling and separating His people for the work of world evangelism.  My prayer is that He would raise up even more as we approach His soon return.  We are not only praying to that end here at Macedonia, we are laboring to that end as well.  Let me encourage you to take out a map and take a good long look.  There are needs everywhere!  People need the Gospel!  Will you go?  Just remember MWBM can help your local church get you there.

Out of all the wonderful things I have spoken of in this quarter’s letter, I believe the best would be to mention the two precious souls that we have seen saved in meetings as we have traveled.  After all, that is really what the ministry is all about: souls!  Souls that Jesus died for!  Souls that He longs to use each of us to reach with His glorious Gospel.  Because of that, and for His glory, we continue by faith.



Dr. Scott Caudill


March 2018

March 2018

Dear Friends,

Cassie and I count it an honor to labor with you in reaching the world for Christ.  Your faithful prayers and financial support have been used of the Lord to sustain us for another quarter of the year for which we are so very grateful.  From the bottom of our hearts, we thank each of you.

We have certainly been busy!  Here at our home office we are working diligently to help our 129 missionary families prepare for tax season.  That is right. As we reach the world with the Gospel we are still instructed to “render unto Caesar” as well.  What a blessing, huh?  We have also been very busy “fanning the flame of world evangelism.”  Since our last update, we have traveled literally thousands of miles on both the road and in the air to help pastors stress the need to their congregations to continue in their worldwide missions efforts.  The Lord has certainly blessed as we have seen Him stir the hearts of His people concerning the great need to reach the world while we yet have opportunity to do so.  Truly the hour is late, and the need is great!  The highlight of the quarter, however, had to have been after preaching a Sunday morning service at the Bethel Baptist Church of North Wilkesboro, NC.  Having heard the Bible message, “A Vessel For the Finer” out of Proverbs 25, a young man 27 years of age walked the aisle and trusted Christ as his Saviour.  It is always a joy to see people pass from death unto life having heard the good news of the Lord Jesus Christ.  After 29 years of preaching, I never cease to be amazed at the power of the Gospel.  It still has the power to change men’s lives today.

Cassie and I also want to thank those of you that have given to help with the expense of our upcoming MWBM church planters conference in Europe during the month of July.  The Lord knows our hearts.  It is our desire to be a help and a blessing to each of our church planters while there.  Needless to say, the cost of such a trip is very expensive.  However, we firmly believe it is God’s will for us to be there and that He will supply the financial need in His timing as we trust and look to Him.  I assure you we are doing our part to plan, prepare, and save as much as possible.  However, we must pray that God will supply the remainder of the funds needed in the days to come.  We are hoping to purchase our airline tickets sometime in the month of May.  Currently the cost of airfare alone is around $3000 for the two of us.  Will you please help us pray about this need?

“Finally, brethren, pray for us, that the word of the Lord may have free course, and be glorified, even as it is with you:”  2 Thessalonians 3:1. Please know we pray for you faithfully and thank God for each and every one of you.  Only eternity will reveal the fruit of our labor together.


Sincerely for Souls,

Dr. Scott Caudill