Eddie Andersen, based in Dukana, northern Kenya, tells us how he became a missionary. "My heart has always been for Africa, for the lost, for the unreached, for those that nobody else cares about. I grew up in Kenya with missionary parents, working with the Samburu..."
Culture matters. It shapes our identity, our society, what we value, what we fear. We can’t detach ourselves from culture, God created us to create culture. One of the biggest challenges for a believer in any culture is how to deal with areas of that culture that stand in tension with the Bible.
Bringing light to Kondoa
AIM is starting a new team in Kondoa beginning in July 2020, partnering with the Africa Inland Church Tanzania. Led by Jared and Megan Hood, AIM missionaries from the US, the team will focus on lifestyle and proclamation evangelism and discipleship.Read More… 30 January 2019
How does the gospel reach hearts?
Amos is serving short term in Dukana, Kenya, a Gabbra town 20km from Ethiopia. He teaches Christian Religious Education in the school, and helps long term missionary Eddie Andersen with various projects.Read More… 30 January 2019
What does daily life look like for the Ik?
An Ik legend tells how God created the herder, letting cattle down from heaven by a rope and giving the cattle, together with spears, to one group of people. To the other group (the Ik) he gave only the digging stick with the order never to kill. They are very proud of their culture but what does daily life look like for them?Read More… 30 January 2019
Reaching the Ik
Although there have been four churches planted in the Timu Forest, Uganda, there are few true believers. Many gospel sharing missions into the Ik territory have occurred, but hardly any discipleship has been implemented to develop new converts into mature believers.Read More… 30 January 2019
Meet the Rauches
When Christoph and Heidi Rauch, first gave their lives to the Lord, they felt stirrings toward global mission. Yet it was only after decades of quiet, internal preparation that they finally boarded a plane for Africa.Read More… 21 January 2019
Serving the Samburu
After living in Kenya for six years, Joy Koch met her husband, Martin, serving short term. After a few years in Germany, they moved back to Kenya in 1994 with four young children. They live among the Samburu in Lchakwai, building relationships, serving practically, and sharing the gospel. Joy explains her journey to becoming a missionary.Read More… 18 January 2019
Why is discipleship so important?
Despite being the biggest county in Kenya, Marsabit County currently has no Bible training facilities. The local church has requested that someone come and set up a Bible training college, which will serve the many different people groups in the area.Read More… 18 January 2019
“Now, it’s our gospel!”
Eddie and Rachel Andersen live in Dukana, sharing the gospel with the semi-nomadic Gabbra people, who have been fairly resistant. But, they have seen some breakthroughs...Read More…