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.

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

Recent Posts from the AIMsites Blogverse

South Sudan Evacuations July 23, 2016

The radio frequencies were eerily silent. The normal flurry of constant transmissions between the tower controller at Juba International Airport and aircraft arriving and departing was absent. For once, instead of trying to get in … Read more

God is so good! July 23, 2016

As I sit here writing this, I am just overwhelmed with God’s goodness!  I just received word that there is a second guy interested in joining our team!  Thanks for praying so diligently!  Please pray … Read more

A “Pinching” Experience July 22, 2016

It was the rainy season and the low-lying areas beside the road to Mwanza were full of water. And, at that time of year, the knob-nosed geese and ducks enjoyed those ponds, especially if the … Read more

No Longer Slaves, by Dr. Nate July 21, 2016

There are not many times that I feel you desire medical stories and testimony of my day in medicine here at Kijabe. In fact, most of you who read our blog are not “medical” at … Read more

When War Hits Home July 21, 2016

When War Hits Home South Sudan has been in the news for a long time.  Recently, fighting has once again erupted to the point where missionaries and foreigners are being evacuated.  Our AIM AIR pilots … Read more

My first few days in Africa! July 21, 2016

Wow!! What a whirlwind! I’ve almost been in Africa for one week! I wanted to write down some notes on the last few days for you guys, but also so I can remember this time. … Read more

The End is Here July 20, 2016

I mean the end of the school year.  Last Thursday was graduation, so another year is in the books.  Congratulations to the class of 2016 on your graduation, and congratulations to the class that I’m … Read more

Trail Run July 20, 2016

I have always done my best thinking when I am running on a path through the woods.  Preparing for our journey to Africa has been no different.  Sometimes when I am running, it is muddy, … Read more