“I have learned to observe before critiquing, to listen before speaking, to pray before acting, to abide while obeying and to abandon my rights while believing in His Righteousness.”


Our Ministry Interest Form is the first step.

Let us know what you are interested in and we will get back to you with everything you need to know.


Maybe you’ve been thinking about serving in short-term missions for a while now.  Maybe you sense that God has been prompting you to take that step of faith.  But, maybe you’re feeling a little… inexperienced?  One of AIM’s short-term teams could be exactly what you’re looking for.

Many of our experienced missionaries would love to mentor and equip you as you learn how to use your gifts for God’ Kingdom.  Read the descriptions below to find out more.



GO Program

Based in Africa and facilitated by experienced missionaries and national leaders, GO is a two month discipleship and mission training program that seeks to develop Christ-like character and instill basic skills for outreach among unreached people groups. GO combines curriculum-based learning with hands-on experience to help equip young men and women for the Great Commission.

What will I do?

  • Spend 2 weeks studying in a discipleship program.  Topics will include spiritual disciplines, spiritual warfare, basic language acquisition, and cross-cultural living
  • In pairs, you will be placed with a mentor and live among an unreached people group for  5 weeks
  • Spend 1 week with other participants to debrief and share your experiences.

Who can serve?

We are seeking individuals age 19-29 who have a strong desire to bring the Gospel to the unreached.  This is an excellent opportunity for anyone who may want to consider long term cross cultural ministry.  We are seeking 8-10 people for each team.

When is GO happening?

GO East Africa

June 20-August 20, 2018

Applications due March 15, 2018

GO North Africa

June 6- July 23, 2018

Applications due: February 15, 2018

How much will I raise? $7500-$8000

GO Program info page

FUEL Program

What fuels you?  We are praying that the Lord will cause the hearts of single men from around the world to burn more intensely for the Gospel of Christ to be preached to all peoples. Is He calling you?

What will I do?

Live and breathe missions for 8 weeks.  Be taught, discipled, and mentored while living amongst the Karamojong in northern Uganda. Being amongst this people group and partnering with other mission organisations, you could be a part of a Christ Centred Church amongst the Karamojong.

You will work alongside experienced missionaries and local leaders.  You will be partnered with a Ugandan Christian man who will be learning with you.

Who can serve?

We are seeking 4-6 single men

When is Fuel?

June 10-August 14, 2018

Application Dead: March 1, 2018

How much support will I raise?


Fuel Program info page

Farming Quest

Are you a farmer? Or do you just love getting your fingers dirty in fresh soil?  Ever thought about using your green thumbs for missions?

What is Farming Quest?: Farming Quest is an opportunity for long & short term missionaries to come together for 3 weeks to learn how to Farm God’s Way. Held on the Growing Nations demonstration farm in Lesotho, the founder of the project, August Basson and other members of the team will teach the main principles of Conservation Agriculture & Transformational Development. Participants will have the opportunity to take part in practical demonstrations, classroom teachings and to meet local farmers to hear how their lives have been transformed. You will also be able to spend time with the resident Basotho students learning at Growing Nations.


Dates: March 1-25, 2018

Application Deadline: December 1, 2017.

Farming Quest Flyer 2018


Diaspora Ministries

DIASPORA refers to people groups who are living outside of their native country.  We are in an exciting time in World Missions when so much of the world is coming to us. Gain experience this summer and be part of what God is doing in your neighbourhood!

Atlanta Diaspora Internship

Join Africa Inland Mission and Global Frontier Mission in the “most diverse square mile in America” to work alongside ethnic churches in Atlanta, GA.

What will I do? Interns work alongside full-time missionaries to learn how to build relationships and share the love of Christ with those who have never heardYou will receive training on how to share the Gospel with those from a diverse religious backgrounds and then gain first-hand experience in working alongside believers from different cultures.

When can I serve? May 20-July 28, 2018 (approximate)

Application deadline: March 1

How much support will I raise? TBA

Diaspora-Internship info page