Africa Inland Mission | South Africa Mobilizing Region
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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

Featuring news and stories on Aim ministries and missionaries, our Africa Connection Magazine is available in print and digital formats. Sign up to receive this resource.

Taste Africa

A one-day seminar for anyone considering cross-cultural Christian service.

  • Look at what mission in Africa means today
  • Check out the opportunities to serve, and your part in God’s plan for Africa
  • See the latest reports and presentations from those serving in Africa now
  • Learn more about AIM

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FEATURED STORIES

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.

PrayAfrica – A Sakalava Saga

We are a small group of friends in Port Elizabeth who meet to pray once a month for AIM matters. The Adopt-a-People project was brought to our attention some ten years ago. After reading Lorna Eglin’s story of the Dorobo in Kenya and the testimony of those behind it...

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PrayAfrica – Rendille

Having just returned from a two month trip to Korr, in Northern Kenya, I was struck by the fact that I have so many people, fellow Christians and Christian family members, praying for me. I realized the privilege I have, while many of the Christians in Korr do not...

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