Anniekie Kutama started coming to Unity Fellowship Church in 2007. In 2012 she registered 12 modules for Advance Certificate in Education with UNISA. In 2013 she only completed 3 modules and never went back to finish the remaining outstanding ones. It was only in 2015 when one of the church members testified that he decided to go back to school to finish his (then) outstanding module which prevented him from graduating. He did this after Pastor Mukhuba had said that those who had unfinished studies should go back and finish them. Anniekie was encouraged by the testimony and went back to register the outstanding modules she had.

She was advised to split the modules for the period of 2 years but she refused and decided to do all of them in one year. On 10 April 2016 during one of the Sunday services, Pastor Mukhuba said to the congregation that they should write down the things that they wanted to achieve and did not want to see on 10 April 2017. Anniekie said on her list of achievements, completing her modules and graduating was on top of the list. She told herself that there were no more delays.

When she went to write the exams she was told that all those who were there had failed and were repeating. She was told that she needed to prepare herself to also repeat. She told them that she was not going to fail and they were seeing her for the first and last time. She indeed passed all the modules and was able to obtain 3 distinctions. On 31 March 2017 she was graduating and it was her first time graduating since she encountered financial challenges during the graduation of her first qualification and was unable to graduate.

God has also blessed Anniekie’s children. They are from a family where there is a serious challenge when it comes to education breakthroughs. Most of them failed matric or passed with low grades where they are even unable to qualify for tertiary education. When she offered at church she would always request prayers for her children's breakthrough on their studies.

Her first born was able to complete his masters degree. He then applied for PhD and applied for a scholarship. He was one of 26 students across South African universities to be chosen for this scholarship. Her second born child has also managed to graduate with honours degree. She would like to thank God for the teachings she received through Pastor Mukhuba.