March 2023

Dear Friends and Co-labourers,

Cassie and I greet you in the name of our precious Saviour, rejoicing in the goodness of the Lord.  Paul wrote to his friends at Philippi and said, “I thank my God upon every remembrance of you,  Always in every prayer of mine for you all making request with joy.”  Just as the Philippians had labored with Paul, you have labored with us to reach the world with the Gospel.  We are so blessed.  We thank you for your faithfulness.

The Lord has been so gracious to open many doors in order for us to “fan the flame of world evangelism.”  Our travels have taken us as far north as Delaware and as far south as Florida this quarter.  We rejoice in what we have been blessed to see Him do in the hearts of His people during missions conferences and special missions Sundays.  Thank you for your continued prayers for safety as we travel.

Praise the Lord for answered prayer concerning labourers!  Just recently our Executive Board has approved three new missionary families for the West Indies and Europe.  We also held two departure interviews for missionary families leaving for the field.  Our staff has also been extremely busy with year end tax reports and 1099s for all of our MWBM families.  I am very thankful for the faithfulness of those that labor behind the scenes in order to do those things that few people ever think of when it comes to world evangelism.

We are making plans for the “Reach the World Youth Conference” that will be held here in our missionary training center in Hoschton, Georgia on Saturday, April 22.  We are anticipating a great day of introducing the youth of our generation to the need of reaching the world with the Gospel.  Have you registered your youth group?  Log on to to do so today.  We are also anticipating a great MWBM Conference this year!  Our conference will be hosted by the Catoosa Baptist Tabernacle of Ringold, Georgia.  Make plans now to join us October 15-18.  Again, for more information log on to  We would love to have you and your family attend this conference.

Finally, Cassie and I would like to close this quarter’s prayer letter by informing you of a great door of opportunity the Lord has opened for us.   Lord willing, we will be leaving the first of July in order to fill in for MWBM missionary Jonathan Vandenhurk and his family for a period of six weeks.  In order for the Vandenhurks to report to their supporting churches in the states, Cassie and I will be assisting with their duties at the Calvary Baptist Church of Peterborough, England.  While in Europe, we plan to visit several of our church planters there as well as scouting out at least two different cities that are in need of good churches.  Then upon arriving back in the states, we will prayerfully set out to find church planters for those cities.  I personally believe this will make me a better missions director, and renew and strengthen my own burden for the lost of this world.  Would you help us pray for our European missions trip?  Truly the hour is late, and the need has never been greater.  There, of course, is a tremendous expense to such a trip.  We estimate the total travel expense to be around $5,500—6,000.   This includes the cost of visiting our missionaries while we are there.  However, we believe with all of our hearts where God guides, He certainly will provide.  Would you please join us in praying for God’s provision?

Thank you again for your prayers and faithful support.  With your help and by God’s grace, Cassie and I continue by faith.

For the sake of souls,


Scott Caudill


December 2022

Dear Friends,

Luke 2:11 teaches us that it was the Angel of the Lord that told the lowly shepherds, “For unto you is born this day in the city of David a Saviour, which is Christ the Lord.” Cassie and I love this time of year. Our prayer is that we would never forget that Jesus was born to die so the world through Him might be able to live. What a message! What a Saviour! What an opportunity we have been given to take the Gospel to the world! May the Lord find us faithful.

As we write this quarter, our hearts are filled with gratitude. After thousands of miles of traveling to “fan the flame of world evangelism,” our wonderful Lord has kept us safe on the roads and has graciously provided what we have needed every step of the way. Truly where God guides He always provides. We are so very grateful to those of you that have given towards our need of a new ministry vehicle. Between what we had saved and what God’s people generously gave, we were able to purchase a 2016 Toyota Sienna debt free. To God be the glory! The van is only one year newer than the one we had, but it has 150,000 fewer miles. We look forward to using it in the service of the Lord for His glory.

September 15-16 our home office hosted the Labourers Together Conference. It proved to be an enjoyable time with several visiting pastors and their wives. The many tasks and responsibilities of our office and staff were highlighted during this meeting. As a result, several pastors chose to partner with us on a monthly basis. It is only because of such a partnership that we can keep the operating costs to our missionaries as low as we possibly can. Therefore, we are very grateful for every supporting church and pastor. From the bottom of our hearts, we thank you.

We were excited to host our first Missionary Power Hour in November. MPH is a bi-monthly virtual meeting with our missionaries around the world. It is designed to encourage and to remind us of the great need to “keep the main thing the main thing.” Pastor Chris Mann of the Fellowship Baptist Church of Oakton, Virginia, delivered a powerful message, and it was good to spend a few moments with a great number of MWBM missionaries.

Looking ahead to the new year, we are praying, planning, and preparing to serve the Lord with a greater zeal and fervency than ever before. Surely the hour is late, and the need to take the Gospel to the world has never been greater! Cassie and I have plans to visit our missionaries in Europe this summer. Another Reach the World Youth Conference is planned in the spring. Our Annual Conference is scheduled in the fall. Our calendar is full, and our hearts are challenged. There is no time to waste! Souls hang in the balance! Until Jesus comes and with your help, we will therefore continue by faith.


For the sake of souls,

Scott Caudill