December 2016

Dear Fellow Labourers,     

For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counseller, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Isaiah 9:6

Cassie and I greet you in the wonderful name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ and wish you all a Merry Christmas. This time of year, we are very thankful for the opportunity to remind ourselves that the Lord Jesus was willing to become like us so that we could become like Him. This is a truth that God has commanded us to share with the entire world. Therefore with the Lord’s help and yours, we continue to do so by faith.

God has blessed in so many ways since our last update. We rejoice that as a result of your prayers and special gifts, we were able to purchase a newer vehicle for the ministry. This has been a pressing need, and we are glad to be able to report that God has met that need in a wonderful way. To GOD be the glory!

Our travels to “fan the flame of world evangelism” have taken us as far north as Canada and as far south as Florida. We have seen souls saved, lives changed, and hearts burdened for the great need to reach the world with the glorious gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

We certainly praise God for safety on the road and in the air, as well as for the many times our wonderful Lord has provided our every need. He has used many of you to do that for which we are tremendously thankful. Thank you all so very much for your faithful prayers and financial support. We could not do what God has called us to do without you. We are truly labourers together with God.

Since our last update, our home office staff has or will interview potential missionaries to Burma,  Papau, New Guinea, Africa, as well as India. Whereas I rejoice in the missionaries that God is still calling into the Gospel ministry today, my heart is tremendously burdened for the great need of more labourers. Jesus said in Luke 10:2, “…The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest.” I wonder how many more of God’s children would surrender their lives to reach the world with the gospel if you and I would simply join together in prayer for labourers? The King’s business requires haste! Will you pray for labourers today? Will you surrender your life to do the King’s bidding? Will you give that men might live in Christ today?

In closing let me assure you that not only do Cassie and I appreciate and covet your prayers, we also pray for each of you as well. Our hearts are filled with gratitude for each and every one of you that strive together with us for the Gospel’s sake. We hope the Lord will allow our paths to cross again soon. In the meantime, we will by the good grace of God continue by faith. We love and appreciate you all. Thank you for your faithfulness.


Dr. Scott Caudill
Ps. 28:7


September 2016

Dear co labourers and friends,

“To God be the glory, Great things He hath done” are the words that come to mind as Cassie and I reflect upon God’s blessings over the course of the last two months.  Since our last letter we have been blessed to see several souls saved and several churches increase their missions giving as well as their awareness of the great need to reach the world with the gospel.  Our travels to “fan the flame of world evangelism” have taken us to Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Alabama, North and South Carolina, Maryland, and of course our home state of Georgia.  For literally thousands of miles either in the air or on the land our wonderful Lord has answered the prayers of God’s people in keeping us safe as we travel.  To God be the glory! 

One of the highlights of the quarter was for Cassie and I to have a part in our MWBM Western USA Orientation that was hosted by Pastor Jimmy Robertson and the Buffalo Baptist Church of Buffalo, Wyoming.  We enjoyed the fellowship of nine different church planting families during the week and were moved by their obvious burden for the West.  While there, we were yet again reminded of the tremendous need for churches right here in our own county.  Town after town, city after city with no Bible believing church, no Preacher preaching the truth, no gospel witness.  Truly a world at its worst needs a church at its best.

We are also rejoicing over the fact that two more churches have purposed to partner with us on a monthly basis.  Thank you Pastor Davy Shelton and the Gateway Baptist Church of Boiling Springs, SC, as well as Pastor Steve Pope and the Calvary Baptist Church of Union Grove, NC, for your prayers and faithful support.  I assure you, Cassie and I both will do our part in seeing that fruit abounds to your account as a result of your investment in the ministry to which God has called us.

In our last letter, I asked you to please help us pray about the need of newer transportation for our family.  Since averaging between 50 and 60,000 miles a year on our vehicle the mileage as well as the wear and tear have added up in a hurry.  We are so grateful for the $2,000 that has been given toward this need, and we are hoping to make the purchase by the end of the year.   We have opened up a special account at our home office in order that we may set funds aside for another vehicle.  Will you please help us pray that God will lead us to the very one that He would have us to purchase?  Let me again assure you this is not a frivolous request on our part, but rather a genuine need we are trusting God will supply in order to help us continue to do what He has called us to do.

In closing we are very grateful for our supporting churches and individuals.  It is only as we continue to labor together that we can most effectively make an eternal difference for the cause of our wonderful Lord.  Only eternity will reveal the true worth of our efforts together.  Therefore, we continue by faith. 


Dr. Scott Caudill

Ps. 28:7