Build something beautiful

Years ago, central Africa underwent a revival and the church there flourished. Yet it faced difficulty that undermined it because of a need for discipleship. AIM partners with the local church in Africa to disciple believers so that they can glorify God in their lives, reaching out to others with the truth. We want to build the church in Africa through discipleship and see Christ-centred churches grow amongst all African peoples.

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