Geoff Donaldson

Sent from Hope Church, Hillsborough

Geoff has a background in pastoral ministry, Bible College teaching and church leadership development work in Zimbabwe. The experience of serving in Africa embedded in him the vision for developing networks and partnership in mission.

In his role as Mission Advisor in Ireland, Geoff seeks to develop relationships with churches and church leaders, sharing the vision of how they can be part of seeing Christ-centred churches established among the 1000 unreached people groups of Africa.

The picture of world mission is evolving and through his work Geoff helps people understand the biblical story of mission and how individuals and churches can play a role in the unfolding picture of gospel work across Africa and among African diaspora. Geoff speaks at Sunday services and small groups, has one to one discussions with church leaders and potential AIM candidates, meets with mission groups and partners in mission mobilisation opportunities with other agencies.

Geoff and his wife Rosaliene are based in Lisburn and they have three children. Rosaliene works as a Social Prescriber and continues to offer support to disability groups that she helped to establish in Zimbabwe. They enjoy drinking coffee and are open for invitations to chat about mission over a cuppa!

Could you partner with Geoff in this work?

Latest Prayer News

Sheona Chisholm is AIM Europe’s Mission Advisor for Scotland. Part of her work involves making connections with churches and their leaders, and sometimes speaking about mission in church services. Please pray for Sheona as she works to raise awareness of AIM and cross-cultural mission, and as she works with those who are exploring serving with AIM. 

Please pray for the AIM France office as they grow their ministry. Pray that God will provide more personnel to work in the office, and that they will be able to better structure and divide their tasks within the office to serve AIM Europe’s French-speaking missionaries well. 

Today we celebrate Joe Morgan and all the service he has given to the AIM office team over the last 16 years as our Graphic Designer. Give thanks for all that he has given to AIM and how he has been a part of making the needs in Africa known to more people. Pray for him as he moves on to work for the NHS in a design role, that he will have new opportunities in his workplace to talk of the hope he has in Jesus. 

Please pray for the UK office’s Finance team as they test out a new finance system this month. Please pray that the tests will be successful, and that the new system will enable the team to serve our missionaries more effectively. 

This morning AIM Europe is hosting an online conference for all our missionaries and staff called AIM Europe Connex. Please pray that it will be an encouraging time and will strengthen the connection between the AIM Europe offices and our missionaries. 

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