Africa
Inland Mission

March 2019 Connect

Connect is AIM Europe’s quarterly Magazine and Prayer Diary. It includes a weekly focus on either an unreached people group, an African country or a ministry area. Alongside the daily prayer items are complementary stories and articles which we trust will encourage you to pray with more insight and praise God for what he is doing among African people.

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March 2019 Connect Articles

  • 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..."
  • What about the gospel and culture? - Culture matters. It shapes our identity, our society, what we value, what we fear. We can’t detach ourselves from culture, God created us to create culture. One of the biggest challenges for a believer in any culture is how to deal with areas of that culture that stand in tension with the Bible.
  • “Now, it’s our gospel!” - Eddie and Rachel Andersen live in Dukana, sharing the gospel with the semi-nomadic Gabbra people, who have been fairly resistant. But, they have seen some breakthroughs...