AIM Ministry: Support, Logistics & Pastoral Care

Seeing unreached people groups come to a saving knowledge of Jesus is fruit of the body of Christ in action, each using their particular gifts to share the good news of Jesus Christ. That can mean using aviation skills to fly those with a heart for church planting into some of the most inaccessible parts of Africa, it can mean qualified counsellors seeking to support those on the field as they deal with the challenges of life without the support of close friends and family, or it can mean administration and development roles in mobilising offices across the world and regional offices across Africa.

There are so many different elements that contribute to fulfilling the call to see Christ-centred churches across Africa, could share your gifts and skills and become part of the gospel work in Africa?


Carrie on Africa

Carrie Pither has just begun ministry at AIM Air in Nairobi, Kenya. Here she shares some of the joys & challenges of her calling into mission.


Carrie Pither

I am AIM’s International Crisis Consultant. I am based in the UK, although my role provides a service to the organisation worldwide.


Ruth Mahood

I am currently in the UK on Study Leave. While I study, I assist with Africa Based Orientation, AIM’s three week training programme for missionaries held in Kenya.


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