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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...

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God Cares About Sojourners

The LORD watches over the sojourners; He upholds the widow and the fatherless. – Psalm 146:9   Since the era of Moses, God has instructed His people to take care of marginalized members of the community. The Psalmist reminds us of the Lord’s concern for these people...

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Medi QUEST – A Short Term Ministry

MediQuest is a four to six week field orientation to a broad range of cross-cultural health ministries, reflecting the diversity of currently available options for medical service. It is particularly designed to stimulate reflection on the interaction of health...

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East Africa Famine Crisis 2017

Which countries have been affected? The worst humanitarian crises since World War 2? Throughout these regions, it’s been warned that as many as 25 million people are in crisis, facing starvation and malnutrition. (World Vision Australia) In Ethiopia, Somalia, Uganda...

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Myth Busting!

Busting some MYTHS about being a missionary in Africa’s bush by Rachel Andersen, Kenya.   We need missionaries in Africa! We need people to take the Gospel and make disciples of the unreached, like the Gabbra people of Kenya. Often people are put-off by misconceptions...

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Ben Wirth – Aussie Short Termer

SPORT IN THE DESERT Ben Wirth – Korr, North Kenya AIM short-termer on GO Program Team ministries bring together small to medium-size teams with a particular focus. Short-Term opportunities can run for as little as one month and as long as a year. If you have a Great...

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Reaching Africa’s Unreached

The Facts and Findings  1008 of Africa’s 3700 unique ethnic people groups, most of them Islamic, are still unreached, and have no viable gospel witness. This totals more than 300 million people, who remain substantially ignorant of the good news of Jesus Christ....

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Perspectives from a weary Oncologist in Sub-Saharan Africa

Pictured: Dr Peter Bird, with his wife Sue and some of his family. Dr Peter Bird has served with Africa Inland Mission at the AIC Kijabe Hospital, Kenya, for more than 14 years. He has served as Head of Surgery , Medical Director and AIM Kijabe Unit leader. Peter is...

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AIM New Zealand Update

Praise God for these recent developments for Africa Inland Mission New Zealand: AIM NZ is now located in a new office. This new office is in The Ministry Centre, at 297A Church St, Onehunga, Auckland. A new Administration Officer has also been appointed for AIM in...

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