AIM Ministry: Children & Youth

Children & youth make up a large part of Africa. In fact, 47% of Africans are under the age of 18, which means it’s hard to do ministry in Africa without affecting young people. There are so many ways to minister to children & youth in Africa, from working among street children in Uganda, caring for the needs of children in South Sudan, running a kids club among an unreached people or supporting mission conferences by providing the children’s work. Our desire in all of these activities is to share Jesus, make him known and encourage children in their own walk with him.

In sharing the gospel with children & young people our hope is to develop disciple making disciples – to demonstrate God’s immeasurable love for children and to offer them the reassurance and peace that a relationship with him can bring. For missionaries children and even children in the UK we hope there will be an excitement for all that God is doing in our world and an awareness that they can play a part in that activity, now and in the future.

Could you be part of this incredible life changing work? Could you be involved in a child’s journey of faith & development and be part of what God is doing in Africa and across the world?



Exploring mission as a teacher

Lucy Sudworth is serving in Mayotte. Her main role is to homeschool some of the children of the missionaries on the island. Homeschooling enables other team members to carry out their ministry while she is able to spend quality time with the children.


Help us mobilise more teachers!

Many missionaries return home each year because of a lack of good educational options for their children. We recognise that for missionaries to thrive on the field we need to be a part of meeting this vital need. To do that, we need your help.


There are so many ways you can be a part of reaching Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ.