One of the major premises of this book is that until we embrace our mutual brokenness, our work with low-income people is likely to do far more harm than good.
I've seen that mission is about getting alongside people and loving them where they are. Showing Christ to them and showing them the gospel, taking the opportunities that you get, understanding that it’s a slow process. It's about sowing seeds and keeping talking.
Closer to home
In July 2019, Luke & Jenny Herrin, AIM's International Director and his wife, went on an AIM summer team in Catania, Sicily.Read More… 26 September 2019
Does short term mission have an impact?
I believe that there are two areas where short term missions are critical for the work of mission. First, short termers help by supporting the ongoing work. Second, short termers bring necessary and unique skills to fill needs on the field.Read More… 26 September 2019
Changed for the long term
Then we played at a huge youth conference and the main speaker turned to everyone and said “What are you holding on to? What are you not giving up for God?”Read More… 26 September 2019
Mission in Europe
What’s it like to be part of a short term team? We asked two short termers about their experience of serving on a summer team seeking to share the gospel with Africans living in Malta.Read More… 22 August 2019
The most exciting thing
For a few months now, I’ve had the immense privilege of working in Chad, using stories from the Bible as a means of teaching English...Read More… 22 August 2019
Seeing it for ourselves
H’s eyes open wide as he covers his mouth and gasps at the claims of Jesus. “I and the Father are one...” So he does claim to be God after all!Read More… 22 August 2019
God’s Kingdom in Madagascar
Melias is a Malagasy missionary who works with Karin Mende in Madagascar. He tells us his testimony of how he became a Christian and how God gave him vision for mission, to tell other Malagsy the gospel.Read More… 22 August 2019
How to engage with the Bible
The Bible has been available in Ngakarimojong since 2010. We asked Caroline what happens once a people group have access to God’s Word in their own language?Read More…