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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region


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Lamar and Janice Stoltzfus

Lamar and Janice Stoltzfus serve at Rift Valley Academy, in Kijabe, Kenya. They have been involved in full time service with Africa Inland Mission since 2009. During their time at Rift Valley Academy, they have served in several capacities ranging from dorm parenting, teaching, leading departments, and mentoring students.

Most recently, Janice has served as the Guidance Director at the school. She creates and maintains student schedules, transcripts, and diplomas. She also coordinates and supervises standardized testing, student support services, and ESL services. While her role requires constant communication with teachers, dorm parents, parents, administrators, government agencies, and educational organizations, her favorite people to talk with are her students!

Lamar has served as the Director of Services for the school. His position deals with the day to day operation of the school and its various departments. While his official role requires a 24/7 style work schedule that keeps him hopping, he enjoys taking time to build relationships with members of the missionary and national staff.

Bill & Laurie Stough

Bill and Laurie Stough are on a journey, walking with the small-holder farming families and people who live by what they grow, who represent a vast majority of the population. They envision and equip people to implement and experience "Farming God's Way," an exciting resource, particularly applied to agriculture, interweaving Biblical principles, sustainable technology, and ethical management. The big picture vision across the countries of central Africa, is to identify and engage strategic contexts: church and ministry partners, rural pastors and their communities, pastors in training, youth rescued from the streets, university students, and teams working amongst least reached and unreached people groups.

Bill and Laurie are based in Jinja, Uganda. Their children, Meghan and Liam, graduated from Rift Valley Academy and are in College in the US.

Kay Stradinger

Kay is a clinical psychologist preparing to return to Kenya to serve at Tumaini Counselling Centre in Nairobi. She’s had an interest in cross-cultural missions for most of her life, and when she became an empty nester, God called her to go. 

Two short term mission trips to Kenya with a small non-profit allowed her to use counseling skills in the settings of marginalized communities, and to visit Tumaini to meet the staff that provides mental health and pastoral care support to missionaries stationed in Africa. She was thrilled to serve at Tumaini for six months (2017-18) and is eager to return in 2019 as a full-term AIM missionary.

James and Bev Streit

Jim and Bev serve as part of Africa Inland Mission's aviation ministry, AIM AIR, based in Nairobi, Kenya. 

Jason and Jen Streit

We are excited for the opportunity to answer God’s call on our family to serve Him amongst East Africa’s unreached people.

Please join us in prayer as we prepare for serving cross-culturally. 

Anticipated departure: July 2020

Lisa Sudman

Bio not available.

Stephanie Sudman

Stephanie Sudman is working in the D.R. Congo helping CECA-20 to train and equip Sunday School directors, teachers, and pastors in Sunday School ministry. She works with a small team of both missionaries and Congolese pastors. They are currently coming alongside one of the existing churches to help start children and youth ministry programs. Why? During President Mobutu's reign, only the political youth party was allowed as an organized youth group. So, more than one generation have grown up without knowing how to organize children and youth activities well. Sunday Schools, Bible Study groups and Kid's and Youth activities in the Church is part of the vision to build a mature, Christ-Centered Church. Recognizing that children and youth are the future of the church, there is a huge potential for discipleship among children and youth within each local church. The church wants to equip leaders in Sunday Schools, school chaplains, youth choir leaders, as well as pastors and elders of local churches in all their districts.

Pray for church leaders to open their hearts to children's ministry

Pray for willing and eager Sunday school directors and teachers

Pray for Stephanie's language learning

Pray for peace in DRC

DRC Mailing Address: c/o CECA-20 B.P. 143 Bunia, Ituri DRCongo 

(**PAPER LETTERS ONLY! It will take at least a month to arrive)


Stephanie Sudman posts a picture-of-day to Instagram so you can see what normal life in DRC is like (even if you don't have Instagram).

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Dan and Bethany Tanner

Daniel Tanner was born and raised in Tanzania as a missionary child. He met and married Bethany Tanner in Montana in 1988. They moved to Tanzania to work with Nassa Theological College in 1991. They have 5 children Kaylen, Danae, Launa, Levi and Reuben.  

Currently, Dan and Bethany work with Mavuno Village,, that was founded in 2004. It is a family based, agriculturally focused group of families that care for orphaned and vulnerable children. Our passion is to teach families and children the gospel. We also are passionate about families providing for their own needs through entrepreneurship opportunities.

Megan Tanner

I am blessed to be doing ministry at Rift Valley Academy! We are a Christian boarding school in Kijabe, Kenya. We support families who are living and serving all across Africa to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Last year I taught 8 precious Kindergarteners and I am currently teaching sixth grade to 33 wonderful students. I not only get to teach them but I am blessed to walk through life with them. We celebrate birthdays, disappointments, achievements and just have a lot of fun together. 

God is truly faithful and I am thankful for this journey He has me on! Thank you for partnering with me to see the gospel reach across this great continent!

Paul and Virginia Tanner

Paul was born in Tanzania to AIM missionary parents. He began his AIM ministry in Kenya flying with Aim Air. Virginia first went with AIM to teach at Rethy Academy in Zaire. Paul & Virginia met at AIM's orientation school. After 2 years of serving independently, they married and moved to Tanzania. After 2 more years with Aim Air, they took a break from the service role and led 2 TIMO teams. After finishing the 2nd team, they continued working in Pahi among the Rangi for another term.

They then moved to EnGedi to work on the TIMO administration team, Paul as the logistic officer & Virginia as the finance officer. After eight plus years in those roles, they moved to the southern coast of Tanzania to work toward seeing unreached people groups reached with the Gospel. Today they are still passionate about seeing these people groups along the Tanzanian south coast hear of Jesus.

They have three children, Joell, Brandon and Shara. Currently all three children are back in the US either in college or working and learning where God would have them serve.

Tim and Emily Tanner

Tim (member since 1994) & Emily (member since 2000) met in Tanzania in 2000. After they married in 2002, they began serving through various holistic ministries along the southern coast of Tanzania. They have 2 wonderful children, Caleb('06) and Imani('07).

Victoria Tanner

Victoria accepted Christ at the age of 7. She began to have a heart for Missions when she was in High School. Victoria spent two years studying the Word of God and that is where she felt a calling for Africa.

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