Inland Mission

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Outreach & Evangelism

We long to let all Africa's people know that they can have life, in all it’s fullness, for comfort rather than fear of breaking taboos and working to earn favour in the eyes of their gods.

At the heart of all we do

It’s no surprise that with our desire to reach the unreached with the gospel, much of our work involves outreach & evangelism. Methods vary from people group to ministry area, but sharing the good news of Jesus is at the heart of all we do. The way we reach out to women on an Indian Ocean island might be different to the way we seek to evangelise young Samburu men in rural Kenya but our vision remains the same; to see people turning to Jesus for their salvation.


All in Africa need to know the freedom there is in Jesus, including those caught up in witchcraft, ancestor worship & animism, as well as those who are adhering to other major world religions. We long to let all Africa’s people know that they can have life, in all it’s fullness, for comfort rather than fear of breaking taboos and working to earn favour in the eyes of their gods. We long to tell them of the joy there is to be found in Christ, and the redemption that he offers.

“We long to let all Africa’s people know that they can have life, in all it’s fullness, for comfort rather than fear of breaking taboos and working to earn favour in the eyes of their gods.”

To do this, people who are passionate and eager to share Jesus, need to go to those who have never heard. This may mean going to some of the world’s hardest to reach places, physically and spiritually but can also mean sharing hope where there is none. Could you be part of this work?


Download an outreach & evangelism opportunity sheet

Have a missions event or missions board at your church? Why not download an outreach & evangelism opportunity sheet for others to find out more about serving in Africa.

How can I get involved?


Short Term

We have so many opportunities and ways for you to get involved in evangelism and outreach. TIMO Quest teams provide a unique method of getting short term, hands on experience, as well as through our individual placements. If you’re taking a year out, a career break, early retirement, or just simply wanting to offer up time to serve God, you can apply either as an individual or as a team of two or more for 3-12 months service.


Long Term

Twelve months to a lifetime… If God is calling you to use your skills of evangelism and relationship building in Africa we would love to partner with you and your church. You could join as part of a two year TIMO team (, an ongoing focus team, be part of pioneer ministry amongst the unreached or work to support the existing African church in their work

Latest opportunities

  • Join a football team! - We’re looking for a team of people to commit to ministering among the Fur people of South Sudan, primarily by providing football training in schools and among the local community. Could you support a football (soccer) school 3 days a week, 2 hours each day, working with children 6 to 19 years of age, as […]
  • Photographer / Graphic Designer - Could you put your photography, web and graphics design skills to use in a Creative Access location?
  • Reaching the San with the Gospel - AIM are seeking to send a team to Tsumkwe, a very small town four hours east of Grootfontein, Namibia. 95% of the population are San.
  • Teach English in Mayotte - The Shibushi people group is still unreached with the gospel (there are only a few local believers out of ~60,000 people.
  • Join a TIMO team in South Sudan - The vision is for this team to spend two years completing the TIMO curriculum whilst living in Torit, and then for team members to carry on serving in South Sudan, but in more rural contexts, among people who have yet to hear the gospel.

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Latest articles on outreach & evangelism

  • Further Inland - What does TIMO leadership look like? Lead, teach, facilitate, share, learn, grow.... Be a part of TIMO.
  • Lessons in sharing faith - We asked Amy to share what she has learnt about sharing her faith over the 13 years she has lived on an island in the Indian Ocean, and how important it is to understand other people's faith before sharing your own.
  • 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..."
  • 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.
  • 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?