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Africa Inland Mission is an evangelical Christian mission agency serving in over 20 African nations and reaching out to Africans living in other countries. With a priority on unreached people groups, our passion is to see Christ-centered churches established and thriving among all of Africa’s peoples, and we’re excited to offer Full Term and Short Term ministry assignments for believers seeking to be a part of God’s redemptive work through missions. Spend a few minutes watching this video and feel our heartbeat.

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today's prayer request

  • May 25

    Murray (Personnel Director) and Diana (Short Term Coordinator) ask us to “pray for wisdom in connecting with people who are new to AIM, those who have known about AIM for some time and those who…
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  • May 24

    Don and Gail Schuit serve at Missionary Retreat Fellowship in Pennsylvania. Don says, “Gail has been diagnosed with colon/liver cancer. We would appreciate prayers for the adjustments to daily life that are necessary as well…
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  • May 23

    Mi Hee Kim is the Receiptist for AIM Canada in the Toronto headquarters. She asks us to pray this prayer for her from Ephesians 6:19. “Pray also for me, that whenever I speak, words may…
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current needs

  • Healthcare professionals needed

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    Northern Africa is the home of many unique people, rich in heritage serving as a tourist attraction for many people who visit from all over the world. A recent Health Organization report indicates that there…
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  • South Sudan Prayer Team

    Prayer does not fit us for the greater work.  Prayer is the greater work.   -Oswald Chambers. South Sudan has experienced much unrest and hardship.  But God is very present and hearts are being turned towards…
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  • Elementary teachers needed in Chad–URGENT NEED

    AIM started a small school back in 2010 for children of missionaries in N’Djamena, the capital of Chad.  The school is called Wellspring Academy and now has 30 children in grades 1 – 8.  There…
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