June 2016

Dear Co labourers and Friends,

Cassie and I greet you in the wonderful and worthy name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.  We say of you as Paul said of the Philippian believers in Philippians 1:3, “I thank my God upon every remembrance of you.” We could not do what God has called us to do without your faithful prayers and financial support.  We are still at 75% of our needed monthly support for which we are grateful.  From the bottom of our hearts, we thank each of you that sacrifice on our behalf for the furtherance of the Gospel.

Our travels this quarter to “fan the flame of world evangelism” have taken us not only through our home state of Georgia, but also to Alabama, Tennessee, Mississippi, Maryland, North and South Carolina, as well as Florida.  Each stop along the way has given us opportunity to share the gospel both in and out of the pulpit.  After all, world evangelism does not start across the sea, but rather across the street.  Please join us in prayer that the seed of the gospel will take root in the hearts of those to which it was sown and bring forth a harvest for God’s glory.

I also wanted to share a very special prayer request with you this quarter.  Since leaving the pastorate and coming with Macedonia, Cassie and I have averaged traveling 50,000 miles a year.  Needless to say the miles on the used vehicle that we started with have added up in a hurry.  I truly feel it is time for us to begin praying about another vehicle.  Since we are on the road as much as we are and travel not only with our own luggage but our display and product as well, we feel that God would have us trust Him for a minivan.  Please understand that we are simply asking you to help us pray that God would send us to the very one that He would have us to purchase.  We believe when God’s timing is right, we will not only know which one that is, but we believe He will also provide the funds for it as well.  We believe God!  I assure you that this is not a frivolous ambition on our part, but rather a genuine need to most effectively carry out the task that our Lord has called upon us to do.  We appreciate your prayers concerning this matter very much.  God is able!

Lord willing both Cassie and I will be traveling to Montana and Wyoming July 11-14 to help our North and Southwestern USA Field Directors conduct an orientation for our Western USA missionaries.  Currently MWBM assists 21 families planting churches in the Western States and we look forward to spending time with them as well as trying our best to be an encouragement.  Please help us pray for safety as we travel and that God would meet with us in a special way while we are there.

If you are ever in the Braselton area of Georgia, we would be honored to have you as our special guest at our home office.  Please stop by for a visit and see firsthand what the Lord continues to enable us to do as we assist local Independent Baptist Churches reach the world with the Gospel.  To GOD be the glory!



Dr. Scott Caudill

Ps. 28:7

March 2016

March 2016

Dear Co-labourers,
Cassie and I greet each of you in the wonderful name of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.  We trust that you are well and enjoying the manifold blessings of our wonderful Lord.   The Psalmist declared in Psalms 68:19, “Blessed be the Lord, who daily loadeth us with benefits, even the God of our salvation. Selah.”  One of those many  “benefits” the Psalmist spoke of is the privilege of laboring along side many of you in order to reach the world with the glorious gospel of Christ.   Let me assure you friends, our labor is not in vain.  May each and every one of us determine in our hearts to press on in our soul winning, church planting, and missionary sending efforts.  Only eternity will reveal the true worth of our labor together.
Whereas there are many stories I could share with you that would assure you that fruit abounds to your account as you partner with us, let me briefly mention two.  A few months ago while preaching a very simple salvation message in Asheboro, NC, one young man in his twenties walked the aisle and trusted Christ as his personal Saviour.  What a blessing to know the gospel still works!  It really is as the Apostle Paul said, “…the power of God unto salvation…” I was reminded that night, yet again, the power to change a man’s life doesn’t reside in a preacher’s personality or his delivery style, but rather in the gospel of Christ that he preaches.  Therefore, I am determined to keep preaching the gospel!  I am firmly convinced that same gospel of Christ is the only hope this world has of salvation.  May we remind ourselves often that what God did for that young man in Asheboro, NC, He longs to do for the world.  It is not God’s will that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance before it is eternally too late.
Also, while preaching Missions Revival in January at the Immanuel Baptist Church of Jacksonville, Florida, it was a blessing to see a young couple that the Lord had been dealing with for some time surrender their lives to take the gospel to Spain.  Lord willing, Brother Jason and Mrs. Jessica Stanley will be applying with Macedonia as church planters to Spain soon.  I look for the Lord to use this couple in a mighty way in the days ahead to reach Spain with the Gospel.
Finally brethren, will you please pray for us?  Please join us in prayer for safety as we travel.  We are averaging several thousand road miles a year on our automobile not to mention air miles.  There is a tremendous need for traveling mercy.  Also, please pray with us about our support level.  A few supporters partnered with us for our first year in missions, but now that we are beyond the first year that support has concluded and there is a great need to replace that support.  We are still around 75% of the support needed to effectively do what the Lord has called us to do.  Would you prayerfully consider partnering with us on a monthly basis?  I assure you Cassie and I will do our very best to make sure fruit abounds to your account as a result of doing so.   Thank you so very much for your faithful prayers, support, and consideration.



Dr. Scott Caudill