Colin Molyneux – a life lived for Jesus
Peter Maclure shares with us his tribute to Colin Molyneux a beloved missionary with Africa Inland Mission for almost 40 years, who went to be with Jesus on the 17th March 2018. Peter shares his thoughts particularly on Colin’s ministry and his life serving with AIM. Colin has been described as a warrior for Christ. […]Read More… 29 March 2018
Why do we need a crisis consultant?
Carrie Pither has recently taken on the role of AIM’s Crisis Consultant, with Hiram Jobes. She has spent the first months researching the main aspects that will underpin their roles and work, which has included the theology of risk and AIM’s duty of care.Read More… 29 March 2018
Helping out in CAR
In April 2017 an AIM team, led by Steve & Sharon Entwistle had to leave Zemio, the Central African Republic. But since August 2017, a small team of AIM personnel has returned monthly to offer support to our African colleagues. In November, a medical team offered practical care.Read More… 29 March 2018
Why bother with creative access?
Creative access locations can be isolating and, at times, dangerous. We asked one of our missionaries who works in that context why they have chosen to serve there.Read More… 29 March 2018
Meet our new mobiliser
I’m Gareth Jones, and I’m married to Helen, who works as a GP. We live in Upton Park in East London, in the shadow of the old West Ham football ground. We have five wonderful children aged from 17 down to six.Read More…
IT System Update
28 March 2018
On 7 February 2018 our IT system, despite the presence of anti-virus software, was attacked by a virus.Read More… 27 March 2018
Reaching the Shibushi
Christoff & Sarah Power have been serving among the Shibushi since 2010. Here they share more about Shibushi culture and how people are coming to know about Jesus.Read More… 22 February 2018
What’s happening among the Lesotho Shepherds?
The Training in Ministry Outreach (TIMO) Team working among the shepherds of Lesotho officially finished in November 2016 and the team members returned to their home countries. But the work among the shepherds has not come to an end.Read More… 22 February 2018
Are stories still important?
Heidi Thulin and her husband, Josh, moved to Nairobi, Kenya and joined the ranks of On Field Media (OFM) in 2012, right in the midst of the production of our team’s first and only feature-length film, The Distant Boat.Read More… 22 February 2018
Can we cross cultures at home?
Nine years ago, Miriam* and her husband followed a calling from God to live and work incarnationally and with intention in a multi-ethnic inner city area of Britain. Here they share about their work in the UK and their call to serve overseas.Read More…