Welcome to the Connect section of our website. Here you’ll discover more about the the heartbeat of AIM, through stories and ways to connect to our ministry. And as you explore, invite God into the process. Who knows what you’ll discover or where He may lead you. Many of our missionaries started out right where you are now – our website.
Africa Connection Newsletter
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God is at work in Africa. He’s changing lives. He’s building His Church. And we’re privileged to be a part of that. The stories contained here will tell you a lot about our heart for ministry, and the many ways God is building His Kingdom. We hope these stories will inspire you, encourage you, and better equip you to pray.
Jacob Igba starts at part-time Mobilizer in the AIM South Africa office as from 1 July 2015. Jacob grew up with his mom as a devoted Catholic and his father a devoted traditionalist in the context of a small Islamic village in the north of Nigeria. For the first few...
Today I rolled out of bed before the sun was up with a sense of anticipation. It was the first day that my friend was harvesting his rice and he had invited me to join him. So I packed biscuits, water, and my knife, and out to his farm I went. It’s a good 20 minute...
They Will Know We are Christians by our Love “When God says Yes who can say No?” These were the words on a plaque which hung above my bed. In my 4 years in Mahajanga and especially the last 2 years as team leader, I needed to be reminded that leading the team was...
Looking ahead…. A Sakalava reaching the Sakalava through TIMO The Sakalava is one of the largest people groups in Madagascar with their territory stretching at least from Morondava in the south until Nosy Be in the north. History tells the story of the animosity...
“May the nations be glad and sing for joy, for you rule the peoples justly and guide the nations of the earth.” Psalm 67:4 Meet Marcia. I went to visit her yesterday and we spoke of a mutual friend who is not yet married. We agreed that it would be wonderful if she...