How Aids work leads to discipleship

The islands on Lake Victoria in Central Africa are beautiful. But they are places of spiritual darkness, and HIV/Aids has devastated those who live there. In a community health project on these islands AIM partners with local churches in Aids work, giving practical and spiritual support for those with HIV. Our mission partners here share that ultimate healing can be found in Jesus Christ.

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