Stories of Africa’s people

Discover how God is working through the lives of ordinary people to extend his kingdom. Read stories from Africa's people and missionaries, sent from around the world, as they seek to share the good news with those who have yet to hear it.

What should I say?

Laurie* talks about the surprising discussions she has had about religion in a closed country.

You look just like Jesus

Short-termer Jonny Evans wanted to live his life for Christ in a CAN but never expected to be compared to Jesus in this way

Remembering ‘Linsi’

Dr Steve Lee, who served at Kapsowar Hospital, looks back at Dr Lindsay’s service with AIM and the lasting impact of his work.

A Noble Effort

Despite the threat of war, it was clear God was calling AIM’s Russ and Lyn Noble into literacy education in Sudan and now doors are opening to the gospel.

The unreached Mwani

Out of the 100,000 Mwani, only a handful believe in Jesus and those that do are rejected by their own families and their people.

The Broom Man’s faith

Tim & Bronwen Heaton recall how a Christian broom seller stood up to the crowd.

What they say

We asked a number of TCKs now living in the West what they thought about moving cultures. Here are their stories...

Learning in the kitchen classroom

Moving to a new culture and having to learn its language was bad enough, but Sue French had to quickly become a teacher to her kids as well.

The Shepherd Evangelists

With over 120,000 boys and men still to hear the gospel, Lesotho’s herdboys is the largest unreached group in the ‘Switzerland of Africa’.

There are so many ways you can be a part of reaching Africa's unreached peoples with the good news of Jesus Christ.