The Spirit of Christmas… Thanks to those giving gifts

UNTCI gives thanks to God for those who have provided donations to make our ministries’ and missions’ Christmas Season and Message successful this year.

Through membership and their friends sending personal donations through this year’s Christmas Campaign link, we were able to send a $50 gift to Grace and Truth Orphan Home in Hyderabad India, UNTCI Fellowship Ministries in Bondo Kenya, Life Giving Ministries in Faisalabad Pakistan, and Victory Healing Ministries in Monrovia Liberia.

The Prelate contributed $50 as a Christmas gift to Christ Children’s Care in Sierra Leone West Africa in order to round out the list.

Prayerful Crafters – a ministry of UNTCI and the founders of that ministry Maggie and Royce Hoggard, Directors of AGAPE Community Transformations, have provided through their “Loose Change” donation campaign enough for another water well to be provided to a village through Shalem Gospel Ministry’s “At The Well” project that provides clean, safe, drinking water to small rural villages around the Balajiraopet area of India.

Additionally, Elkton Road Baptist Church in Athens, Alabama and Pastor Jim Wills, a friend of UNTCI Ministries donated $250 raised through their own “Loose Change” offering campaign to be sent to Shalem Gospel Ministries to be used “as necessary” in support of their family and children ministries.

God bless everyone who gave in the Spirit of Christmas and the understanding that it is indeed better to give than receive.

You can get all the information you need on any of these missions and ministries and others connected with your Ministry and Church here by going to:

The monthly needs continue Church…

Bless them regularly, be faithful in your Benevolence, respond to God’s providence by sowing seed into this, your ministry.

The 2019 Christmas Campaign of UNTCI

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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