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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region


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John and Pam Wollman

John and Pam serve as part of AIM's U.S. Headquarters team in Peachtree City, Georgia. John heads up AIM's IT department and Pam serves as the Receipting Manager. Before joining the Headquarters team, the Wollmans also served for a number of years among an unreached people group in northern Kenya.

Chris and Candy Wood

Hi we are the Wood family and we live on the South Coast of Kenya working on the Digo Focus Team! God has always impressed upon our hearts a love for the lost. So in 2013, we traveled to Uganda and while we were there, we were awoken by the Mosque’s call to prayer every day. Our eyes were opened to the vast amount of people in darkness, because of the bondage of Islam. It was shortly after our time in Uganda that we knew God was leading us to Africa to reach out to a Muslim people. In 2014, God showed us His people the Digo, whom He created in His beautiful image, and we knew that was where He was calling our family of 8 (now almost 10) to go and fervently serve Him?!

We have been serving in Kwale, Kenya since 2015. The Digo follow Islam and have been very resistant to the Gospel. Their practice of animism (the belief that non-human objects have spirits) and ancestor worship (praying to deceased ancestors for help and guidance) still have more influence on the Digo community than does Islam. There is a spiritual battle going on for the hearts of the Digo in Kenya. Satan has also put a blanket of blindness on the surrounding believers regarding the Digo's spiritual need. It is estimated that there are only about 200-250 Digo Christians in Kenya. This means that approximately 0.1% of the Digo population is Evangelical Christians. Please join us in prayer for these people as we encourage local Kenyan believers to reach out to their Digo neighbors and for us to be able to continue to build good relationships with the Digo, so we may share the hope of Christ with them.

Timothy and Beth Wood

Tim and Beth Wood serve at Sofala Bible Institute in Beira, Mozambique, and in a local church through discipleship and teaching. God has blessed them with two children, Jonathan and Sarah, who are both attending college in the States. At Sofala Bible Institute, a nondenominational school with classes taught in Portuguese, they teach biblical studies, discipleship, and missions to students in the B.A. program.  

Seeking to disciple men, women, youth, and children through modeling, preaching, and teaching, Tim and Beth are embedded in a Mozambican church called Vision in the Word of God. Their passion is to encourage healthy churches and strong families. With church services in Portuguese and Cindau, Tim and Beth have learned Cindau as well as traditions and proverbs of the Ndau people. This has enabled them to serve in urban and rural contexts. Beth has facilitated the translation of Sunday school lessons and other Christian literature into Cindau. At first, they worked to establish children’s Sunday schools, now they mentor students they have helped to sponsor in university. They are honored to serve as marriage “godparents” for a recent medical graduate.

Brett and Jennifer Wright

Brett and Jennifer are preparing to serve with Africa Inland Mission's aviation ministry, AIM AIR, which is based in Nairobi, Kenya.

Kim Yelen

I began to feel God calling me to foreign missions in 2001, but actually getting to the mission field was a long journey! After graduating college in 2008 I worked in my local hospital for a year, and then I had the chance to visit a friend in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In 2013, I returned to Africa and spent 3 months in Nairobi, Kenya working with youth there; teaching health classes and doing some discipleship. After that trip I knew it was time to pursue full-time ministry in Kenya.

I am currently living on the south coast of Kenya, in a town called Kwale. The people group I'm working with are the Digo and they are still unreached, meaning there is not a reproducing church lead by Digos in the area yet. My ministry consists mostly of building friendships with my female neighbors and sharing how Jesus loves them. I'm also involved with the youth at my local church and desire to see them become missionaries to the Digo people as well. That will be a process, but through discipleship and encouragement I hope they wil began to see the importance of loving their neighbors!

Evan and Kristal Young

Evan and Kristal serve in Nairobi, Kenya as part of Africa Inland Mission's aviation branch, AIM AIR, a ministry that serves the needs of 50+ Christian organizations and hundreds of missionaries.

Pete and Tija Young

Pete, Tija and their 4 kids have been called by God into the mission field to serve with AIM Air in northern Kenya.  Currently based in Lokichoggio, Kenya, Pete is a pilot/mechanic and Tija home schools their daughters, Leah and Sela as well as works with the local church to disciple women around her.  Their older boys, Joel and Seth are attending Rift Valley Academy in Kijabe, Kenya.

Their desire is to be used by God in whatever He asks; be it flying missionaries and cargo into the hardest places to minister in Kenya and South Sudan, or to be available for discipleship when it arises during every day interactions with people around them.  Realizing that sometimes, the interruption is God's plan for ministry.

Kevin and Cami Zwart

After serving in Mozambique since 2007, Kevin and Cami moved to Namibia in September of 2016 where Kevin is serving as Unit Leader, working together in leading the field with Cami.  Kevin continues to oversee the TEE program he founded in Mozambique and visits the leaders there annually to train and encourage them as they move forward and expand the work.  In Namibia, we are supporting our personnel as we look for new ways to equip the local church to become senders, as well as look for God's leading in bringing new personnel to encourage and train Namibians to better serve their churches and reach out to the lost.

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AIM works in more than 20 African countries, including some islands of the Indian Ocean, and in other countries around the globe where ethnic Africans have settled. Our work is divided into five regions: Eastern, Central, Southern, Northern, and Diaspora Ministries.