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From children’s activities to Bible studies, we have an ever growing number of resources to equip you and your church to pray and grow in your engagement with the work of making Jesus known among Africa’s peoples.

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Connect January - April 2021

‘Look up at the sky and count the stars…so shall your off-spring be’ (Genesis 15:5). Time and again in the long years that followed, Abraham would have been reminded every…
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Make a jumping frog

Madagascar is thought to have more than 300 species of frogs, 99 percent of which only live in Madagascar. Frogs are the only amphibians found in Madagascar—there are no toads, salamanders,…
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Make a Ugandan Rolex Breakfast Burrito

A Rolex is classic Ugandan street food, sold at roadside stalls across Kampala and other urban towns. Vendors shouting ‘rolled eggs’ often sounded like they were saying ‘Rolex’, and the…
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Design an edible bug!

In Uganda, grasshoppers are a delicacy in many communities, and are usually served boiled or deep fried. Insects are a really nutritious food. If you had to design a bug…
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Podcast: Ugandans Sam and Derrick talk about mission

Seb Allwright, an AIM missionary, interviewed Sam and Derrick about what role there is for western missionaries to play on the mission field in Africa
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Mission Essentials Bible Study - leader's guide for virtual platforms

Designed for leaders to help you and your small group to follow harder after Jesus in an online world.
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Mission Essentials Bible Study - participants questions

Participants questions to use alongside the leaders guide. Designed to help you follow harder after Jesus.
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Mission Essentials Bible Study - leader's guide

Designed for leaders to help you and your small group to follow harder after Jesus – and find your place in God’s plan for the whole world.
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Pray for the unreached Antakarana

The Antakarana, who are originally of mixed Austronesian, African and Arab ancestry, settled in the far north of Madagascar in the 12th century.
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Connect October - December 2020

What has changed in 125 years? Missionaries from the early 1900s would not recognise much about the AIM of 2020. And today’s missionaries might not recognise the AIM of 2050. Or even 2030.
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Celebrating 125 years of AIM

There are still almost 1,000 African unreached people groups, mostly in the Sahel, north and west Africa. May Jesus find us faithful, even for the next 125 years. Or until he returns.
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Podcast: AIM's International Director looks ahead

What part does AIM still have to play in the evangelism and discipleship of African peoples?
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Design your own money

Why not have a go at designing your own money? What would your units of currency be called and how much would they be worth?
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Pray for the unreached Bara people

The Bara live in small village communities of 50 to 300 people, scattered across the grasslands of south-central Madagascar, not very accessible by road.
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Connect July - September 2020

I would never have dreamt how God would bless these relationships or how he would lead us all in his service. I wonder how he might be calling you? 
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An introduction to Africa Inland Mission

Africa Inland Mission serves and partners with churches to fulfil the Great Commission and advance the gospel among Africans who have the least opportunity to hear about Jesus. 
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Podcast: How do you balance mission and risk?

Carrie Pither, AIM's International Crisis Consultant, answers our questions about risk.
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Connect April - June 2020

We are completely persuaded that the message of the gospel of Jesus Christ is the only answer, for the UK and for the whole world.
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Pray for the unreached Sakalava people

The Sakalava live in the west and northwest of Madagascar. They are a minority ethnic group, making up about 6.2% of the population.
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Make Chadian porridge

La Bouillie is a breakfast that you eat hot. It’s quite like porridge, but it’s made with rice instead of oats. It’s flavoured with peanut butter.
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