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Africa Inland Mission | United States Mobilizing Region


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Chad Church Assistance

This project exists to assist the local Chadian church in a variety of ways including: Bring consultants to Chad for teaching and continuing education of national church leaders in various disciplines, as well as nationals from other African countries with expertise in various disciplines to share their experiences with the Chad national church. Help pay for travel for church leadership for training opportunities outside of Chad. Fund one-time capital development for local churches. For example _ the installation of solar panels for the national church office headquarters so computers can be used in an area with very sparse electricity. To aid the local church with specific church-run outreach projects. To promote Chronological Storying to the Chadian Church

Chad National Team Assistance

This project exists to assist in logistical needs of national missionaries serving alongside AIM personnel in the nation of Chad. The project helps fund set up, transport, and contingency needs for national missionaries.

Chad Oasis Cultural Center

The Oasis Cultural Center has been open for more than 20 years in the heart of capital of Chad.  Thousands of students from UPGs of Chad have passed through the classrooms where they have been taught English through Chronological Bible Stories.  Being the least expensive English center in the city allows Oasis to have full classes every semester, so as many as possible can have the opportunity to learn God's Word for the first time in their lives.  This project was opened to bridge the gap between student's fees and the costs of general maintenance as well as future improvements that will help to increase the efficiency of the ministry. 

Through the provision of God's people via this project, Oasis looks to improve on an aging library as well as to add a new multi-media library, by purchasing tablets that students can come to use as a "tablet library", where they will have access to hundreds of digital materials such as the Word in English and their heart language as well as the ability for further Bible teaching through videos, sermons, and ebooks that they can study without anyone knowing.  Oasis also needs room to expand as classrooms are regularly standing room only.  This project can help with future expansion projects as God provides.

The possibilities are literally limitless as God provides through His people to continue to offer these students with the opportunity to further their study of English through the Word of God - so that many will be able to know our gracious Father through His Son.

Chad Outreach

This project exists to provide funding for expenses related to outreach among the unreached peoples of Chad.

CHAD Team Housing

This project exists to provide buildings for housing, necessary office space and guest accommodation for AIM in Chad.

Chad Training Farm

We believe that new methods of farming done by discipled national workers could be a very effective platform for reaching the unreached. Through this project, we will develop a sample farm using Farming God’s Way / Growing Nations to teach much-needed new methods of farming and discipleship to national workers (missionaries, pastors, etc.)

Funding Goal: $35,000

Christian Leadership Assistance

This project exists to assist men and women and their families who are ministering and desiring to grow in their understanding of and ability to lead through further training in East Africa.

Church Strengthening and Development Among the Azande

This project exists to  provide spiritual and practical training for Zande church leaders through on-site workshops, traveling to workshops in other places, plus supporting the ministry of the Zande Regional Commission (MCEAC—formerly CERUCASS), that includes work in the Zande areas of CAR, DRC, and South Sudan

Come Follow Me (CFM) Translation Project

Help us feed the sheep of the Horn.

Come Follow Me (CFM) is a discipleship course for Believers from a Muslim background. We believe that there is no greater discipleship tool than the Scriptures themselves in the heart language of a people. This study, rooted in inductive Bible study, is faithful, contextual, and foundational. Other methodologies may be right and practical for the developing Somali church in the future but for this moment in history, nothing is needed more than tools like Come Follow Me (CFM) that help the handful of Jesus-followers learn to love and apply the Word.  

There are two arms to this project that roughly coincide the with two languages (Somali and Amharic) that we are focusing the translation efforts on at this time. 

The ultimate aim is to see
 Somali and Amharic  (in the future Oromo) English and Arabic speaking disciples gathering in small groups as workers and local believers studying CFM (1 Peter study) together but each one with access to their own secure, online portal in their own heart language.

We picture followers of Jesus in h
omes studying side-by-side in Somali, Amharic, English, Oromo, and Arabic in cities in the Horn where printed materials like this are illegal.

Congo/CAR Crisis Relief

This project exists to provide relief and assistance to the people of Congo and CAR for needs resulting from war and conflict within those countries. The project provides funding so that AIM personnel and church partners can provide assistance in form of food and basic supplies, holistic (physical, emotional and spiritual) health care, evacuation/relocation and other types of relief to displaced people and other victims of conflict or civil strife; and to conduct trauma healing workshops.

COVID-19 Member Assistance

This project helps supplement the support of AIM members whose support levels were negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Carolyn Cummings - Children's Ministry Project

Creating a Reliable Oasis Youth Soccer (CARO Soccer Club)

What is the way to a Kenyan boy’s heart?  Soccer!  By keeping this group of boys busy after school and weekends training,  competing, camping and doing Bible studies, CARO soccer club is harnessing their energy away from gangs, drugs and alcohol.  

Their home is Kibera, a very large, very crowded informal settlement along the banks of a fetid river in Nairobi, Kenya.  Besides the soccer teams, CARO sponsors a library for studies as these boys come from overcrowded homes with limited light and no access to books.  Regular discipleship takes place in the library and weekly Bible club.

May 12, 2020 update:

COVID-19 has had a big impact on Kibera slum, although not in the way you would think.  So far there have been very few infections but the restrictions on movements and activities have greatly impacted the ability of people to earn money for their daily bread.  From our library building in Kibera, the staff have organized food distribution for the 70 families registered with the CARO Foundation.  So far this has been twice.  With the pressure on food production in Kenya from flooding and locust invasions, the cost of food is rising.  More help is needed to continue efforts to help families with food.

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Mobilizing Offices

AIM is a global organization comprised of both sending and receiving entities. Each sending country is home to a Mobilizing Office, and this is the first place of contact for engaging with AIM. Find the Mobilizing Office nearest you to learn more about opportunities to serve or partner with AIM.

Receiving Regions

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.