Year End Financial Report 2022

The United New Testament Church, International Ministry Association (LLC)

& The United New Testament Church, Int.

24290 AL HWY 99 Elkmont, Alabama (USA) 35620

(419) 906-5350 ~ www.untci.org ~ untci.tecu@gmail.com

This report is made to the members, ministers, ministries, missions, and missionaries of UNTCI and on their behalf, from the office of the Prelature by the Prelate and President, Rev. Dr. C. Joseph Fifer.

Financials:

Total Benevolence Received:

$29,865.94 Combined Regular and “One Time” Giving

Total Missions Funding Sent:

$32,370.49 Regular Missions Support & Special Projects*

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$ 4,752.44 Administrative/Operational Expenses 2022 (also absorbed by the Prelate)

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[$ 7256.99] Operational Deficit for 2022

Information on our Supported Missions and their funding can be found on our website at: https://untci.org/supported-missions/

Individual breakdowns of expenditures by specific mission or project can be made available upon request. Please send such a request in writing to:

Rev. Dr. C. Joseph Fifer

Office of the Prelate

The United New Testament Church, Int.

20374 US HWY 6

Napoleon, Ohio 43545

Activities:

This past year saw a rise in the cost of the feeding programs everywhere. Because of the increased amounts of funding being transferred, security measures as well as methods of transfer were changed. In some cases this resulted in extra time being required for the completion of the transfers.

In every place we are supporting ministries and missions, it remains far more efficient to transfer funds into the area to make local purchases of necessary foods and supplies. We continue to work with the local ministries ensuring good stewardship and efficient processes are maintained.

Education has been a focus throughout 2022 as we supported the local areas recoveries after COVID-19 Shutdowns forced our previous efforts to stop. We participated in the education of many local pastors through our Distance Learning Bachelor Degree programs in Kenya and Ghana, Equipping the Called Programs in India, and the completion of the Private Local School for the poor in Bondo, Kenya that is currently training up staff and enrolling the local children.

Ministry efforts have also been a priority abroad for UNTCI ministries and missions. The need for church plants and new faith communities has been obvious in the increased requests as the people come out of the COVID hardships seeking. Rev. Babar Kamran, in Pakistan, as well as Rev. Raju Shalem in India have been busy with their ministers building communities and churches, as Rev. Akello and others have been moving into the tribal areas of Kenya with the Gospel being well received.

Victory Healing Ministries in Liberia has also been busy with new construction and repairs required of their facility to better serve and support the poor and children in Monrovia. In addition, they are successfully evangelizing and establishing Christian Faith Centers out in the rural villages in the interior.

Here at home we have also been busy finding new ways to present teaching and preaching through the internet SMS platforms that we currently occupy while at the same time developing new ways through podcast and other media platforms. We have also been engaged in outreach and faith community building here at home through several local churches, ministries, and faith groups and hope to develop some opportunities to bring UNTCI members together in fellowship in the near future.

Imparitive:

Members of UNTCI must do outreach for the sake of and on behalf of this (their) ministry. It is necessary that each minister and ministry that is covered by UNTCI participate in giving offerings in order that this ministry can continue. “We” have been operating in a deficit for far too long, requiring the Prelature to give more and more each month, not toward the growth of this ministry, but simply to maintain the minimal levels of service that each of you would expect and to what this ministry was created for. We need help! Now! and Regular!

www.untci.org/giving-center

By His Grace,

Rev. Dr. C. Joseph Fifer

Prelate, President & Provost

The United New Testament Church, Int.

The United New Testament Church International Ministry Association, LLC.

& Trinity Evangelical Christian University

Note:

To review financial records for this reported year or previous, make an appointment through the Administrator’s Office by emailing us at untci.tecu@gmail.com .

Such a review must be done in person and on campus with a UNTCI administrator present.

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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