Kick off your sandals and stay awhile.
The sun is going down and children are gathering. At the center of the village, women lay camel-skin mats on the warm sand and the curious come and sit. Under a blanket of stars, the elders begin to tell stories. Tales of old about great hardships and small wonders, prowling lions and local heroes. A rich tradition of storytelling is ubiquitous in Africa. Here on some of the front lines of God’s redeeming work, we have stories too. Journey in with us, through the sights and sounds and stories of AIM’s ministry.
Three decades into their ministry among an unreached people group, this intrepid duo reflects on five things they’ve learned along the way.
Pastor David Platt on what happens when people die, if they’ve never heard about Jesus.
Helping a neighbor understand that God longs to honor us — crippled, dirty, and broken — and restore us to a place of honor.
Working with our African brothers and sisters to make Christ known across the continent and beyond…
AIM is privileged to have a part in God’s work among the Laarim people of South Sudan.
A song writing seminar helps desert nomads worship God in the language of their heart
AIM’s U.S. Director Looks at Why Member Care Matters in Missions
She’s followed her love for missionary children from the Congo to Kenya to Chad and has (so far) taught nearly four hundred students. Meet Debbie, one of AIM’s “Ordinary People.”
Photo Essay // Journey with an AIM survey team as they explore new ministry opportunities among unreached people groups living in three communities in northern Mozambique.
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AIM Stories is a hub of missions-focused storytelling, with contributions from freelancers, missionaries, communications teams, and our very own field-based media ministry (On-Field Media). Explore the stories of God at work in Africa.