The Karimojong are a people group who live off the beaten path. Theirs is a way of life most of us think of when we think of Africa.
Story and Photos by Sean White ddy and Ange Silva woke up to the smell of smoke. It was the middle of the night and the whole house was full of ash. They leapt out of bed and looked outside to see fire coming down the...
Story by Rebekah Saylor Photos by Jordan Andre and Mark Eekhoff Serving as part of AIM's Training in Ministry Outreach (TIMO) team among the Zigua people of Tanzania, Rebekah Saylor is working to translate a series of Scripture-based stories into the Zigua...
Story and Photos by Sean White he desert stretches on for miles. The landscape is enormous. Villages and shepherds dot the hills. Heat, water shortages, and camel herds are daily life. The world of the Bible comes...
On a bright and dusty morning in Ndjamena, Chad, joyful voices of praise permeate the air.
A new Bible training program targets people who cannot go to full-time Bible school.
“The Namibian church should be a sending church, actively involved in crossing cultural and political boundaries as they are compelled by the love of Christ. AIM Namibia endeavors to serve that purpose, and His Glory!” – Kevin Zwart, Namibia Unit Leader
A Celebration of God’s Word Among Kenya’s Rendille People
Meet the Dorobo people of central Kenya
Learn about the traditional Ethiopian Orthodox Church.
Kijabe Hospital’s training programs give students the chance to put their medical skills and their love for people and Jesus Christ into practice.
Many of the peoples of Chad are still nomadic, and the cattle market is where the many different tribes intersect with each other.