26 March 2020

Serving together among the Antakarana

Steve Orner shares about the ministry among the Antakarana following the completion of the TIMO team on the island of Nosy Mitsio in Madagascar. 

Steve Orner

Read More…
26 March 2020

Why serve on a team?

Simon and Sue French look back on their experiences serving on a TIMO team from 2005 until 2007 among the Datooga in Tanzania. After the team ended, they stayed in Tanzania to serve the new churches until 2018. They tell us what the benefits of serving on a multi-cultural team.

Simon French

Read More…
26 March 2020

Grow, partner and go…

A new TIMO team began ministry in South Sudan at the end of last year. They share about their location and their vision. 

Read More…
26 March 2020

How to serve effectively?

How do you run a TIMO team in a creative access location? We asked one of our former creative access workers and TIMO team leaders to share their thoughts. 

Read More…
27 February 2020

Created in God’s image

Lois Ooms worked closely with AIM and the Africa Inland Church (AIC) in Kenya for 39 years. For ten years she lived at Litein Hospital and was the Director of Community Development for AIC Kenya. She then spent eight years supporting AIM missionaries across Africa, leading workshops in transformational development. Now she is retired, but continues the challenge of adapting the principles to the North American context.

Lois Ooms

Read More…
27 February 2020

Finding the lost

Trafficked as a child, growing up on the streets. Abused, neglected, cold and frightened. That is the reality for many of the young people that Dwelling Places (a Christian NGO) works with in Uganda.

Marsali Campbell

Read More…
27 February 2020

Change and being changed

In January 2018 a new team began serving among the Swahili speaking people along the coast of southern Tanzania. Living a similar lifestyle to their community, the team have spent a year learning Swahili and developing friendships where team members can discuss faith.

Erin Hawkinson

Read More…
27 February 2020

Channels of hope

When I started working in the Aids Awareness Programme in 2002, Aids was a taboo. Nobody talked about it, and people who tested positive hid their test results from others. People discriminated against those with the disease and even stigmatised them.

Annemarie Boks

Read More…
30 January 2020

Life in Africa

Tim, one of our mission advisors, tells us about his first mission trip to Africa. My first experience of AIM was as a fresh-faced 21-year-old volunteer teacher in western Kenya. Kenya grabbed my heart – the adventure, the stark reality of life in Africa and the desperate need for Jesus. I returned to the UK […]

Tim Heaton

Read More…
30 January 2020

Into the light

The Laarim have been working hard in their garden plots, sowing and cultivating their crops. This year God has blessed the Laarim with very good rains and that means a good harvest. People are always hungry and a lot of them struggle with malnutrition but now, with the good harvest, happiness  is beginning to come back to the eyes of the people. And then this happens… 

Carin de Leeuw

Read More…