AIMsites is a blogging tool for Africa Inland Mission volunteers, and a place where stories from the mission field are brought together under one roof.

We have two basic goals here. One is to get you quickly online and able to communicate your life and ministry to those who follow and support your work through the incredible medium of the internet, and more specifically, through blogging tools. Our second goal is simply to glorify God by encouraging more missionaries to share their lives and work and what God is doing.

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Since 2008, AIMsites has grown to host over 300 blogs for Africa Inland Mission volunteers, with thousands and thousands of stories of God’s work throughout the continent of Africa.

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Recent Posts from the AIMsites Blogverse

Uganda prayer February 14, 2016

Hi, friends. Well… So much for being re-motivated on my blog!! Sorry about that! I’m in Kenya, just wanted to take a minute to ask you to pray for Uganda. We have our presidential elections … Read more

Feb Update February 13, 2016

Dear Friends and Family, Melissa here. Mid-January saw us away from home for several days as we visited Pahi and Kenya. In Pahi, Jon ran a clinic for 5 days to encourage the young men … Read more

Drought Season February 11, 2016

Lesotho has two droughts. There is the obvious physical drought, which the worst I’ve ever seen firsthand anywhere, but I am going to write a bit about the other drought. The second drought is less … Read more

“Take me home, pot-holed roads, to the place I belong”! February 10, 2016

Very nearly the words of a famous John Denver song from yesteryear!  It’s hard to believe that in less than four weeks time our first term here in Tanzania will come to a close and … Read more

Raison d’etre February 10, 2016

I read my students the riot act yesterday. Reading the Riot Act: “To give someone a severe scolding; to reprimand rowdy characters and warn them to stop behaving badly”. Not that I was worried that … Read more

10 on the 10th, Ways to get food without ever leaving Kijabe February 10, 2016

For this month’s TEN,  I’m focusing on food. While I’d love to list out all the stuff I’ve learned to make from scratch since arriving a little over 6 months ago, I’m pretending that it’s … Read more

Another Day, Another Adventure February 6, 2016

By Sarah Halvorson As the endless miles of scenery passed outside my window, I had one thought on my mind: we were going camping.  This was the one thing I had been looking forward to … Read more

People February 5, 2016

We have been at ABO (Africa Based Orientation for the past 3 weeks learning about how to thrive in this new culture we now live in.  The following statement which we have seen before was … Read more