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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region
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Missionaries

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(i.e. Birthdays, Christmas), please send a check to AIM payable to the missionary.
Timothy and Bonnie Cook

Tim and Bonnie have served in a number of roles with AIM. They currently live in Spain serving alongside a church there, and where Tim serves as AIM's TCK (Third Culture Kid) Ministries Director. The Cooks have also served at Rift Valley Academy in Kenya for many years. 

Carolyn Cummings

I came to Kenya in 1989 to teach at Ukamba Bible College. After 12 enjoyable years of training new pastors, especially encouraging them to pay attention to the children in their congregations, I moved into the role of Children's Ministry Facilitator which took me to most of the countries in Africa where AIM works. I met wonderful people, missionaries and nationals, working so hard to help and teach African children. I also taught in a school in the Kibera area of Nairobi.

Now I am working in the Eastern Region Office as the administrator. Serving the missionaries in Eastern Region, working with our excellent Kenyan staff members and strategizing where and how AIM can reach more people with the Gospel fills my days. On Sundays I welcome a soccer team of boys from Kibera to my home for lunch and Bible Club.

Bruce and Kate Dahlman

Bruce and Kate are medical missionaries (doctor and nurse) with AIM since 1992. In Africa, we have served at Kijabe Hospital and Kijabe School of Nursing (1992-95, 2000-2006), the Institute of Family Medicine in Nairobi and Daystar University (2008-2010), and most recently at Kabarak University (2015-2017). We have also been leaders of AIM's Medi-Quest teams (2011, 2012, and 2014).  

On home assignments and extended years at home we have served as AIM U.S. Health Advisors, representatives at health conferences, and development coordinators for the Digital African Health Library and Family Medicine Residency Training sites in Kenya and other countries across Africa. These are just a few of the many projects we've been involved with; please read our blog (which includes our ministry prayer updates) if you'd like to know more about us and who we are (dahlmandiary.aimsites.org).  

We do these things because…….a long time ago, each of us gave our hearts away to Jesus, the Christ of the Bible. We now belong to Him.

“For we have died, and our life is now hidden with Christ in God” Colossians. 3:3.

We are committed to doing what we believe He has called us to do: with His help, by His grace, and through the power of the Anointed and Risen Christ.

Thanks for reading and for your interest and support for us!


Related AIM Project:

Family Medicine Leadership Development

Mark and Sheri Daubenmier

Mark and Sheri Daubenmier serve with two different ministries in Kenya.  The first is a school for the children of missionaries called Rift Valley Academy.  RVA empowers missionaries to serve by providing a safe place for their children to learn and grow and to help raise up young adults who are equipped for Christian life and service.  RVA has around 500 students whose parents serve with 80 different mission organizations in over 20 African countries.  

The second ministry is directing Kenya Kids Can.  Kenya Kids Can is partnering with the local community to help provide school lunches to over 16,000 children in 29 impoverished elementary schools.  In addition, KKC is providing solar powered computer centers in half of these remote schools so the world does not pass by the children there.

Related AIM Projects:

Kenya Kids Can

Jeffrey and Kate Davis

 Jeff & Kate have been working at Rift Valley Academy with their three boys Brennan, Lincoln & Caden since 2005. They are passionate about missionary kids, helping to nurture, educate, and disciple the next generation of world changers.

Richard and Stacy Davis

Rich and Stacy have been serving in Kijabe, Kenya since 2007.  Rich is a general surgeon who has spent the last 10 years caring for patients and directing a 5 year residency program in General Surgery in partnership with PAACS (Pan African Academy of Christian Surgeons).  His heart is for training doctors from Kenya and other African countries.  Rich is currently serving as Medical Director at Kijabe Hospital.  

Stacy teaches Home Ec/Sewing at Rift Valley Academy, visits widows in the area, helps facilitate the Kairos Course, and provides hospitality to many short-term visiting doctors.

Rich and Stacy have 3 children, Adam, Gabi and Lydia who all attend Rift Valley Academy.

Randy and Morgan De Kleine

Randy and Morgan will serve at Rift Valley Academy (RVA) in Kijabe, Kenya starting in July 2020.

James and Kyleen DeJong

James teaches church leaders at Lake Basin Center for Theology in Kisumu, Kenya.  This new Seminary is providing quality training from the Diploma through Doctorate levels to existing pastors and teachers.  Through teaching and mentoring the pastors, James is seeking to develop their Biblical knowledge and pastoral skills to serve the African Lake Basin region.  He is also challenging the Kenyan pastors and churches to become active in sending out their own cross-cultural missionaries.

Kyleen has a Library ministry which is the only Christian resource library available to the greater Christian community in Kisumu. She is able to do informal counseling when people ask her to choose a book for them and when they share what they are learning from the books.  We have been having an average of 50 people a week coming through our home for books and informal counseling. We also provide a quiet place for pastors to do research and sermon preparation.

Mike and Renee DeLorenzo

Mike and Renee have been working with AIM since 1997, serving in support ministries to AIM's broad church planting work. Mike was a pilot for 12 years with AIM AIR, providing a lifeline to workers in remote locations. In 2011 he transitioned to working full time with AIM's On-Field Media team - a communications ministry tasked with telling the stories of missions through written and visual media. Renee served in Africa as a homeschool mom, a part-time administrator, and an essential support to Mike in his front-line roles. In 2015, the Delorenzo's moved to Georgia to serve at AIM's US Headquarters on the communications team.

Anna Grace Dickard

Anna Grace works at Rift Valley Academy serving the children of missionaries. She teaches Junior High Art and High School Art History. She also handles Student Immigration--all the paperwork involved in keeping students legally in the country, and is a proud sponsor of the Class of 2020.

She loves missionary kids, and loves taking care of them and watching them discover the men and women God has planned for them to be as they get ready to head out into the world.

John and Sylvia Dilworth

John and Sylvia serve as part of AIM's ministry team in Kenya in the area of Education.

Karen Doerr

After being interested in Chad for many years, Karen served there on the AIM TIMO team from 2013-2015. She now serves as part of the administrative team in Chad.

“I serve the AIM personnel in Chad through handling AIM and Wellspring Academy finances and other administrative tasks,” writes Karen. “It is a privilege to serve in a capacity that fits my strengths and experience, that assists the entire Chad Unit, and that allows me to live and work in Chad.  What a combination!”

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