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.
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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.
I love clay. I love working with clay and I love preparing clay. I have the same tactile delight my granddaughter has in squashing and mixing and forming clay shapes. When I first went to the Seychelles, and we had to dig our own clay for the...read more
On Friday evening, I slept out at a Rendille nomadic clan village. Indubaayo, a traditional Rendille woman evangelist, had come to Christ several years ago through reading the Rendille gospel of Mark. Her mother and sister still live in the Rongumo village we...read more
A couple of years ago, I came upon this saying by William Cameron Townsend. I have many examples to illustrate this, from which I've chosen two to share with you.During the last six years of the translation of the New Testament, I worked with a local person who...read more
“It was some experience to sit under the trees with the villagers and hear them talk of their openness to the gospel and to see the changes brought to the village as the result of the Gospel coming to them.”These were the words of a church group after a recent visit...read more
Rose de Swardt has been praying for the Bara of south west Madagascar for a number of years. When our prayer group at George Presbyterian church began to pray for the Bara in south west Madagascar, newsletters from those working there were vital to our interest and...read more