Why do we suffer?
We are surrounded by pain, and the only condition for suffering it is to live long enough to experience it. Suffering is one of the most consistent themes of the Bible. We live in a fallen, broken, bleeding world.Read More… 29 March 2019
Best. Job. Ever.
I love being a doctor, and using medicine to demonstrate the love and compassion of our Saviour, especially in places where he is not known.Read More… 29 March 2019
We asked one of our missionaries serving in healthcare in a creative access location to share about their experiences.Read More… 29 March 2019
Learning to Serve
Becoming a Christian aged 21, Alexandra is excited to serve God using her profession. She works as a doctor in a hospital in Vevey, Switzerland, and is considering further mission work in the future.Read More… 29 March 2019
When suffering sends you home…
God had different plans, bigger dreams, and he walked me along a path that involved trauma, loss and ill health requiring treatment and surgery in the UK.Read More… 28 February 2019
For the Lost
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..."Read More… 28 February 2019
What about the gospel and culture?
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.Read More… 30 January 2019
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…