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.


Get your own blog

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.

It’s free. It’s easy. It’s powered by WordPress. It’s supported by On-Field Media.

Get more information on getting your own AIMsites blog


More stories on AIMstories

AIMstories is where you can find the best stories of God at work among the ministries of Africa Inland Mission—a Christian mission agency dedicated to the vision of seeing Christ-centered churches established among all African peoples.

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Media resources for missionaries

AIM Stock Photography A library of photography for ministry use
OFM video hosting Easily embed OFM videos onto your site
AIMstories More articles and content you can repost on your blog
AIM Writers An online community to equip and encourage missionaries to tell their stories

Recent Posts from the AIMsites Blogverse

Jumping in with both feet! October 12, 2015

Dear Friends and Family, Thank you for praying for us, this past month we feel like we’ve jumped right back in to the deep end and are swimming hard. Here’s a sampling in three emails … Read more

First thoughts, our feet on Kenyan soil October 12, 2015

This is our first blog entry from Kenyan soil.  We greatly miss our friends and family back in the U.S. but we understand God brought us here for a reason.  We may be moving a … Read more

A Day In The Life Of A Dorm Mom October 12, 2015

5:30—Time to wake up and unlock the front door for my early-morning girls. Then go back to bed. Because it’s 5:30 in the morning and it’s still dark. If the sun’s not up yet, I’m … Read more

Welcome! October 12, 2015

Welcome to The Faithful Journey! I hope you will take some time to read the “About” section for more on why I made that my title! I hope to post on here regularly as I … Read more

Sanity-Savers October 11, 2015

Rocking two babies on my lap, arms full of tousled curls, chubby arms and legs, happy chortles and the occasional nip, my heart is full. Though the past year has been tiring and in some … Read more

10 on the 10th, Learning more than a language October 10, 2015

Nate and I have just finished phase 1, six weeks of intensive Swahili study. We will continue with phase 2 starting next week. We were encouraged when we began our language study that time spent … Read more

Eclips and prayer request October 10, 2015

Yes, I’ve seen the eclips and also the blood moon. I took pictures as well, that I will try to post here. Mind you, I’m not a professional photographer, but I tried a bit with … Read more

Rwanda and Visa October 9, 2015

This past week we had to leave South Africa because our 90 day tourist visas ran out. Because we don’t have our visas for Namibia yet we couldn’t go into Namibia. So we are in … Read more