Cameroon has a humid coastal area with intensive cultivation, and rain forest inland. Employment is in oil, palm oil, cocoa, bananas, pineapples and rubber.

Population: 22 million.
Languages: French (east), English (west), and 200 native languages.
Main religions: traditional, Christian, Muslim.

Link man Paul Newton

Correspondence team leader (English language) Peter Forbes

CBM activities One visit to each of the 4 areas in the year.


CMAD activities CMAD activities Christadelphian Blind and Handicapped Centre at Mbengwi. Primary School at Benakumba. (UK link man: Martyn East).

Ecclesias Ecclesias 37, including Bamenda, Buea, Bosug, Benakuma, Buea, Douala, Fontem, Kumba, Limbe, Mbengwi, Wum, Wey (about 500 members in total)


French literature

Contact David Smith except where indicated


  • Selection of French Hymns (Jennifer Pitts) – Music (cassette and CD) (Steve Weston)
  • A Life of Jesus (Steve Weston)
  • The Epistle of James
  • The New Life
  • Jews, Gentiles and God’s Purpose
  • The Prophets of Israel
  • Strengthened by the Spirit 1
  • Strengthened by the Spirit 2


  • After Death . . .?
  • The Bible our Guide
  • Disciples of Christ in the 21st Century
  • Voodoo, Sorcery and Spirit Religions
  • Bible Companion (and Summary of Faith)
  • Jesus Christ is the Good News
  • The Promises to Abraham
  • What is the world coming to?
  • The Sacrifice and Resurrection of Jesus Christ
  • The Only Way of Salvation
  • The Real Devil
  • The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit
  • The Kingdom of God in its various aspects
  • Hope for a hopeless world
  • Spotlight on Israel
  • The gifts of the Holy Spirit
  • Why does God allow suffering?
  • Who are the Christadelphians?
  • The Christian and the seventh day
  • The commandments of Jesus Christ (Steve Weston)


  • My Faith (Steve Weston)
  • What does the future hold in store for you? (Steve Weston)
  • Basic Bible Truths (16 titles)

Correspondence courses:

  • CBM 22-lesson course
  • Acts study course


Le Héraut du Royaume – The Herald of the Kingdom (4 times a year) (Graham Jackman)