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and AIM is witness to some of His work here on the front lines of ministry among Africa’s peoples. We believe these stories are worth telling – to encourage and challenge the Church, and to simply bring glory to God. This site is a hub of missions-focused storytelling, with contributions from freelancers, missionaries, communications teams, and our very own field-based media ministry. Feel free to share them, as we together “declare His glory among the nations.” (Psalm 96:3)

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When a Little Bit of Coconut Opens Doors

On the coast of Kenya and Tanzania, the Madafu Fellowship Network serves as a constant reminder of how cross-cultural workers should conduct ourselves among the coastal unreached people groups.

Crossing the Sahara

What a joy it is for AIM to participate with other Kingdom minded groups and networks in fostering gospel movements of discipleship to Christ within every people, region and strata of society across the North.

Ordinary People: Crystal

In Torit, where hot winds kick up sand and tiny dik-diks prance through her back door for a visit, Crystal is far from her family but close to their hopes for her.

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A Heart for Zemio

Praying for the unreached Mbororo and the Zande church of war-ravaged Central African Republic

Stories of Growth

Celebrating the Establishment of Reproducing Churches Among Unreached People Groups

Further Inland

In Chad, there are more than 70 unreached people groups waiting for workers to bring them the Good News.

Ordinary People

God delights in taking ordinary people and using them to accomplish His extraordinary purposes. You could be one of them.

Men of Mission

God created men with unique passions and strengths—and He calls them to a life of “rare adventure”—to risk, to trust, and to be spent for a greater cause.

Bound to the Past

The Antakarana and Sakalava are two people groups in Madagascar with little or no Christian witness.
 In the coming years, AIM hopes to change that.

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About AIM Stories

AIM Stories is maintained and edited by the On Field Media team. We are always looking for good stories to share – from our own travels and projects to the missionary blogger with a gift for storytelling within their ministry context. Contact us to learn more about how you can become a contributor.

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