The most serious challenge confronting this God-em-powered ministry is financial. Last fall, mission-minded members of the College Church of Christ in Searcy, Arkansas sent a container full of supplies to Aniefiok—supplies for Rhema Christian Academy, churches, hospitals, and needy people. But when the container arrived, Aniefiok had to pay a $9,000 fee or forfeit the materials.
With the agony of soul, Aniefiok borrowed $9,000 from a banker friend not knowing how he would repay it. The Lord has used these materials to bless numerous poor people and to build up the kingdom of Christ.
The problem is, the $9,000 debt must be paid in May, and Aniefiok only has $2,500 in hand. Moreover, the Campus congregation has outgrown its meeting place, and unless Rhema Christian Academy can provide additional classrooms quickly, it will lose its high school. A foundation has been laid for a building that will serve as a church building, high school, and WEISOM center, but there is no money to complete it.
Aniefiok is praying that someone will help him raise enough money to repay the bank loan and to complete the multi-purpose building. He yearns to lead young people to Christ and to train workers to reap the harvest that God provides. There have been seventeen baptisms at Uruk Otong during the past three months, and the best is yet to come.
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