Move against the fear

Many of the nations in AIM’s Central Region are spiritually dark places. Political instability, poverty and violence have made these areas a hostile place for the church. Yet God uses the church to transform lives and bring people into his kingdom. Pastors in these places are asking for missionaries to come and support their work. It’s a challenge and a hard calling but we’re called to move against fear. Can we afford to wait for things to become easier before we act?

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