Paul and Helen Shepherd, along with their three girls, serve in Kotido, a town in the Karamoja region of northern Uganda.
Claudia Middendorf, currently Unit Leader in Mozambique shares about the impact of Covid-19 on the church there.
God of the big and the small
The Psalmist wrote ‘Taste and see that the Lord is good; blessed is the one who takes refuge in him’ (Psalm 34:8). As Peter Root, AIM Europe’s Personnel Director, reflects how God was at work over his 13 year period in Mozambique (1993 - 2006), he shares, “I can only say, ‘the Lord is good’”.Read More… 30 July 2020
Making strategic changes
God is building his church. At times, this has meant that AIM has had to change, but what has remained unchanged, and always will remain unchanged, is our desire to stay faithful, obedient and prayerful, so that God can continue to bring the increase.Read More… 24 July 2020
Adam Willard, AIM's Unit Leader for Uganda, has lived with his family in remote places in three different countries over several years. He shares that one similarity they have seen in each of these places is the struggle to educate church leaders in contextual and reproducible ways.Read More… 9 July 2020
Pray for northern Mozambique
Steve and Sharon Entwistle share some news from their former ministry area, northern Mozambique, about violent attacks that are happening there. Please join with us in praying.Read More… 29 June 2020
Encouraging the church
For the last century, Africans have served sacrificially, bringing the lost to Jesus Christ and planting churches. AfriGO is a quarterly magazine that celebrates this history, while also encouraging the church to further participate in God’s global mission.Read More… 29 June 2020
Tea and talks
Janny van der Klis served with AIM in Kenya and Chad as well as in Namibia in the 1980s. Janny is the author of Failure is not Final, where she shares her story of finding acceptance in Christ. She looks back at the challenges and joys of ministry in Namibia.Read More… 29 June 2020
Gordon and Grace McCullough worked in Uganda between 1967 and 1997. Initially teaching for two years and then later serving as AIM missionaries for thirteen years.Read More… 29 June 2020
A most exciting time…
In 1971 Katie MacKinnon went to Kenya. Later the same year, national church leaders took over the running of the Africa Inland Church from the Africa Inland Mission. This marked a transition for AIM and acknowledged the growth of the African church.Read More…