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

Early Ministry September 28, 2016

When I arrived in Tanganyika (‘56!), I was assigned to live 0n Kijima Station with my parents. My mother was to be my language teacher – she probably knew it would be a “easy job” … Read more

Pirates and Drilling Rigs September 27, 2016

Dear Friends and Family, We just had a wonderful weekend up at R.V.A. with the kids. Three weeks into the new school year and they are all doing great. On Friday, we got to spend … Read more

Right On Time September 26, 2016

Haraka Haraka Haina Baraka (In hurry there is no blessing) Generally speaking (though it’s so cliché to say it), things tend to move a bit slower here in Kenya. Including right here at Kabarak University. … Read more

Still a Missionary September 24, 2016

PLEASE UPDATE MY E-MAIL TO: michelle.gennaro@aimint.org The .net e-mail will be disappearing completely very soon! I’m realizing that I’m both OVERDUE for an update and OVERFLOWING with words, which isn’t necessarily ALWAYS a great combination. … Read more

Be Still September 24, 2016

Many of you will already be aware that change is in the air for us, not just for Craig and I but also for the rest of our team and for the community in Tsumkwe. … Read more

Unexpected Blessings September 23, 2016

We have been back in the US since mid-July, so it’s about time for a quick recap! First we spent a couple of weeks with my gracious parents, their home stocked with toys, bikes and … Read more

The “Lowly” Baobab Tree September 21, 2016

If you travel much around the general region central Tanzania, you can’t help but notice the huge baobab trees which dot the countryside. They seem to stand as bleak sentinels, forever keeping watch over everything … Read more

Barriers of Fear September 21, 2016

I am personally not a fan of spiders.  I don’t particularly appreciate snakes.  I don’t enjoy illness.  I am not a huge fan of loud un-identified noises.  I dislike uncertainty.  I don’t always appreciate change. … Read more