My family and I started our missionary work in the islands off the coast of East Africa and stayed there for 10 years. Our hearts were for the Islanders, to make disciples among them and to see churches planted. Heavily Islamic, the islands were almost totally void of Christians and churches. Except for the Malagasies.
All roads in Kotido, Karimoja (Uganda), are dirt roads and most people live in rural manyattas (villages) serviced only very poor tracks. When a labouring mother or unconscious patient needs an ambulance, currently the only way to travel is bicycle or motorcycle.
To the ends of the Earth
Wherever we are, and whatever our particular gifts and talents, God’s call on each of us is to share the gospel... “be prepared to give an answer..."Read More… 30 August 2018
A burden to pray
Beth has just been accepted to serve with AIM. She shares why she feels called to a creative access location and her burden to pray.Read More… 16 August 2018
The words of life
There’s a massive desire to learn English among young people in many creative access nations. Could you come and help and speak words of life?Read More… 26 July 2018
Faith in the balance
Myriam* shares her story about discovering Christianity, and her search for the truth.Read More… 26 July 2018
What can I do?
Talking about our faith with those who haven’t heard or understood the gospel can feel pretty intimidating. Here are some practical tips.Read More… 26 July 2018
Into the hard places
Miriam* and her husband have taken a short term trip to a creative access area. We asked them a few questions about their experiences...Read More… 26 July 2018
What’s life like in North Africa?
Fatima’s day starts early and ends late. She explains what she normally gets up to. Each day starts with dawn prayers. Then, breakfast needs to be made...Read More… 26 July 2018
What would you give up for God?
A missionary serving in North Africa shares their story. "As a teenager I really wanted to be cool. I was willing to do almost anything for it..."Read More…