My wife and I are volunteering in Kenya for the third time now. We are helping prepare men and women to become pastors in the Reformed Church of East Africa (RCEA).
The problem is that unless we bring in money from North America, the school van and car do not receive insurance or a license. They will also not get repaired (these roads big-time beat up the 1996 Toyota and 1998 school van). Also the staff would not be paid each month.
Unless money from North America comes in, this ministry (the Reformed Institute for Theological Training) appears to have no chance of survival.
Any advice from those of you have faced this through World Relief or World Missions?