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- GraduationIt’s Graduation Day atRift Valley Academy! Of course, none of the kids are there—the hall that should be filled with grinning graduates and weepy parents is empty today. Instead, we sit in our living rooms all over the world (literally) and watch with tears and some disappointment. Not in who the kids are, but in whatContinue reading “Graduation”
- God Gave KittensOk, what? Kittens? Yup. Back at the beginning of lockdown, I looked in the face of my older teenager who had just had all his dear friends, and senior trips, ripped away from him, and my younger teen who was quietly fearful about the growing covid-19 threat, and felt my own pounding heart as weContinue reading “God Gave Kittens”
- ShineFor the last few months we have been concerned and praying for you all as you weather the effects and trauma of Covid-19, but now our hearts weep for the situation in America. To watch the anger, pain and injustice is simply horrible. Please know as we deal with our own crisis, yours are notContinue reading “Shine”
” What good is it for someone to gain the whole world, yet forfeit their soul? ” Mark 8:36
Our desire is that all people be reconciled to God, their fellow man, and the communities that they live in. We joined AIM in 1993 to pursue just that. See AIM’s statement of faith and core values here.
What do we do?
Unit Leaders for Namibia
AIM has personnel working in Namibia with youth, children, Bible School teaching, discipleship and strengthening churches. We travel a lot of miles to encourage and support them, oversee the work and cast vision for the future.
Encouraging African Missionaries
We have such a desire for the African Church to send out their own and participate in the Great Commission. In whatever ways we can, we educate, encourage, and support African missionaries.
The PEACE Plan has come to Namibia and we are involved in promoting it and supporting it.
and, AfriGO magazine
Cami began working with AfriGO in 2019. The magazine is aimed at promoting missions in the African Church and is distributed all over the continent.