Amos talks to Miriam, Tom and Martha about AIM’s Into Africa course.
AIM Ministry: Teaching
AIM currently has 572 children from around the world serving with their families in Africa. The majority of these children are either homeschooled or attend Christian boarding schools. For that to happen, and for those children to flourish, we need missionary teachers. Homeschooling doesn’t have to be carried out by parents. And it’s not always carried out at home! But a missionary teacher, teaching the children of their team mates can mean the difference between a whole team struggling or thriving.
Children living away from home in boarding schools are in desperate need of godly role models. Just as those their parents are working among need to hear the good news of Jesus, so do their children away at school. Through your life, ministry and service, could you have a vital impact in sharing the gospel with young people?
If you feel called to teaching, but don’t think that you could serve through teaching in a boarding school or through homeschooling, there are plenty more opportunities to get involved. Could you teach English to adults, and whilst doing so, share with them the words of life? If you’re a teacher why not check out the open opportunities now, and discover God’s calling on your life?
Amos talks with Paul, who is serving in Chad, using Bible stories to teach English to young men.
Amos talks to Jack and Phil about the time that each of them spent serving short term in Africa. All three served in Dukana, northern Kenya among the Gabbra people. They talk about their experience and the impact it had on each of their lives.