“My heart hurts to see how people are suffering without Jesus.” Tom Desloges, AIM’s Unit Leader in DR Congo shares his conversation with Congolese missionaries Justin and Clement, who had just returned from a stint in one of Congo’s poorest and least developed regions.
Neo Moeti was brought up in a Christian household. After graduating from university, full time mission work was not on her mind. That was until one Sunday, when she was challenged by God, through a friend, to step out of her comfort zone. In September 2019 she joined a short term Harvest Team trip to a town on the northern Mozambique coast, a predominantly Islamic region.
The whispers of the Spirit
A couple working in a creative access country share this story about local believers. Where they live, believing in Jesus is a tremendous risk.Read More… 28 August 2020
A giant for Christ
Ian Campbell shares one of his richest privileges of serving in DR Congo - to have known Pastor Matayo Odama.Read More… 28 August 2020
The kingdom of God in our midst
We know what’s really important. What matters is not AIM, nor denominations, nor other institutions that will pass away. What matters is the Kingdom of God. We can’t pin it down – but we can see signs of its being in our midst. It’s my joy to share glimpses and to point to three small signs of the coming of the Kingdom of God among God’s people in Lesotho.Read More… 30 July 2020
Paul and Helen Shepherd, along with their three girls, serve in Kotido, a town in the Karamoja region of northern Uganda.Read More… 30 July 2020
Claudia Middendorf, currently Unit Leader in Mozambique shares about the impact of Covid-19 on the church there.Read More… 30 July 2020
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…