Emergency Help Required!

The response to the virus has blown everything up! We need to rebuild and recover…

The response world wide to the “Pandemic” caused by COVID-19 (Corona Virus) has resulted in “hard times” for most everybody. The churches, ministries, and missions have been among the hardest hit. Benevolence is one of the first things to “go” when people are adjusting their budgets and tightening their belts…

We get that. We understand completely. It is a human response to real pain and problems that we all suffer through at one time or another.

But, let’s not forget that when we fall on hard times, the needs of the people grow greater. Biblically, this offers all of us more opportunity, not less. The opportunity is to give to those in need, not out of increase, but even in the decrease, where our faith in God is demonstrated.

UNTCI has, because of the financial impact to everyone, a grave need for financial support. We literally have nothing left to give Brothers and Sisters. The need has been so great in these last Eight months that even as we attempt to do more with far less, we will run out this month.

This month Friends, even as we have stopped any special needs funding, we will not be able to meet our missions and ministries support obligations. We need your help! This ministry is built upon your joining in the promise, not only to be supported, but a promise to “participate” in the support of your fellows. Now is that time.

Get us back on our feet that we can walk out our calling, go in the direction we are sent, and be the Gospel Blessing that we are intended, and organized to be.

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Be who you are called to be, both blessed and a blessing!

Written by 

Dr. Fifer is the Prelate of The United New Testament Church and President of it's ministry association UNTCI. He also serves as Provost and Head Administrator for UNTCI's Seminary Trinity Evangelical Christian University. He is a Pastor of a small country church, author, and teacher. He holds degrees in Theology, Ethics, and Divinity Studies with emphasis in Hermeneutics.

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