Caleb Fetterhoff and Tobias Reuff work among the Lesotho Shepherds. Caleb shares about how one shepherd came to trust in Jesus.Read More… 18 December 2018
What are the barriers to belief?
One of the answers that we hear echoed regularly when we ask people, “What is the biggest barrier to the gospel in your location?” is ‘culture and tradition’.Read More… 18 December 2018
What are traditional African beliefs?
African traditional religion is the collective name given to a set of highly diverse beliefs, which vary according to geography and ethnicity.Read More… 28 November 2018
How do we protect children?
“Child protection on the mission field? I don’t understand…” Cath Swanson explains about her role as AIM's Child Protection Officer.Read More… 28 November 2018
Why did you choose to teach in Africa?
In 2016 Hannah Coggins moved to N’Djamena, Chad, to teach at Wellspring Academy. Here she talks more about her journey into teaching.Read More… 28 November 2018
What’s it like for children to move to Africa?
Thirteen years ago, Jasmine French’s life changed drastically when she and her family moved from the UK to Tanzania to work among the unreached Datooga.Read More… 31 October 2018
Hope, in the present perfect
F* shares why he is serving as an English teacher on an Indian Ocean Island and the challenges and joys it brings as he seeks to share the gospel.Read More… 31 October 2018
What’s short term teaching like?
Lucy Sudworth has just spent 10 months serving as a homeschool teacher for a family in Mayotte, in the Indian Ocean Islands.Read More… 31 October 2018
Emmanueli is a new Zigua believer. He has been rejected by his community and extended family because of his commitment to Jesus.Read More… 31 October 2018
The Krahns share their story
We didn’t always want to be church planters and ten years ago we had never even heard of the Zigua people. Our journey to becoming missionaries was a slow process... The Krahn's tell their story.Read More…