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Welcome to our story.

This is a place for people like you to get to know us better. A place to find out what makes us tick as a mission – and why we do what we do. Here you’ll find our latest publications, stories, and links to more – all of which we believe communicate in some way what we’re about: speaking the Good News, sharing Christ’s love, and seeing Christ-centred churches established and thriving among all of Africa’s peoples. So take a look around. Be inspired. And consider how you could be involved in all that God is doing in Africa.

AIM Prayer Weeks

Africa Inland Mission is engaged in God’s work of bringing His Good News to Africa’s unreached and we cannot do it without earnest prayer, both within AIM and from our supporters. We invite you to participate in two Prayer Weeks for 2019. The first one is from 25-31 March & the second one is 28 October – 1 November.

Throughout each of these weeks there are prayer sessions scheduled at a variety of locations in Australia and New Zealand, and/or you can request prayer information for your personal use. Please contact the Australian office on 02 4322 4777, or the New Zealand office on 09 281 4595, for more information.

AIM Annual Dinner

Africa Inland Mission invites you to its Annual Dinner in Gosford on 26 October 2019. The AGM is from 4:30 pm, dinner will be at 6 pm. During the Dinner you will hear from AIM missionaries who will share their first-hand experiences of how God is working through them to reach Africa’s unreached. It is always a great encouragement to all who attend.

For more details click here!

Africa News Magazine

Published three times a year with news and stories from AIM’s ministries. Browse through our current and past issues here online.

An Introduction to AIM Booklet

An introduction to the mission and scope of AIM. View or download the brochure.

AIM Stories Website

Explore the stories of God at work through the ministry of AIM. For more great videos, inspiring written stories, photos and resources…

LATEST NEWS AND STORIES

Famine Relief/Crisis Response

Famine Relief/Crisis Response

Zande relief in war-ravaged Central African Republic (CAR) “Pray for us, that the word of the Lord may speed ahead and be honored... and that we may be delivered from wicked and evil men. For not all have faith. But the Lord is...

An Encouraging Challenge!

An Encouraging Challenge!

(The following article was written by Brian Hoffman and appeared in the "Looking Forward" section of the November edition of E@rful, Eastern Region's Monthly Member Publication)   Nancy and I worked in northern Kenya between 1987 and 2007 and we saw...

Is Short Term Mission Worth it?

Is Short Term Mission Worth it?

By Abbi - AIM Personnel Manager for Australia ‘For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do’ (Ephesians 2:10) Do you feel God is calling you to explore serving Him in a cross-cultural...

Why are we mobilising Africans to do mission? 

Why are we mobilising Africans to do mission? 

'The African Church - growing, vibrant and confident in the Gospel has tremendous untapped potential to reach the African continent and beyond.'  AIM missionary Tony Swanson lives in Morogoro, Tanzania, and coordinates the Institute of Bible and Ministry (IBM) under...

Snap shot of Ben’s time in Korr with AIM

Snap shot of Ben’s time in Korr with AIM

Africa Inland Mission short-termer Ben Wirth from Gunnedah in New South Wales, has been trained in the AIM Short Term Go Program and sent to practice his training in Korr, North Kenya as part of a Deserts Sports team. Ben tells some of his story... My time in Korr...

FAQs about serving with AIM

FAQs about serving with AIM

Frequently asked questions about Africa Inland Mission How is AIM different from other mission organisations? We are an international organisation but our whole focus is on reaching unreached people groups of Africa – both on the African continent and in the diaspora...