Establishing Christ-centered churches in Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Rwanda, South Sudan, and Uganda
AIM’s Central Region is geographically our largest region, with a diversity of land stretching from the Harmattan wind-swept deserts of northern Chad to the luxuriant hills of Rwanda. For decades, this area has been troubled by recurring political and social instability including civil war, political coups, and genocide. Churches have weathered one storm only to be struck by another.
Syncretism and the enduring power of traditional belief systems have been impediments to spiritual growth in the Democratic Republic of Congo and the Central African Republic. The hegemony of Islam in Chad and staunch animism in South Sudan have been formidable barriers to missionary activity. And yet the persecution of African Christians over the past fifty years has not stopped millions of people from professing Jesus as Savior and establishing His kingdom on earth.
AIM’s vision in Central Region is for there to be a growing intimacy with Christ, so that the image of Christ is reflected and unity is increased in the Body. This vision is expressed through transformational discipleship that develops meaningful relationships that inspire obedient faith. In the process, we hope to walk with the Holy Spirit as God transforms individuals, churches, and entire communities into His likeness.
At a time when my own heart was screaming agonizing questions of “Why is this happening, Jesus?” a frail, needy widow worn by years of spending herself for God was ministering to me.
Wellspring Academy provides quality education for children whose parents serve in N’djamena, Chad.
Many of the peoples of Chad are still nomadic, and the cattle market is where the many different tribes intersect with each other.
Partnership between the CAR outreach team and the Zande church.
It takes a lot of effort to prepare for a team to arrive, especially when the team is settling in the remote Central African Republic.
Learn more about the unreached Mbororo people.